Unheard Voices: Afro-Brazilian Diaspora
Written & Directed by Greg Grobis
April 20, 21, 22 at 7:30 pm and April 23 at 3:00 pm
The Marlene Boll Theatre, 1401 Broadway Street, Detroit
The world premiere of Unheard Voices: Afro-Brazilian Diaspora will illuminate Afro-Brazilian voices while raising awareness of the social, political, spiritual and cultural experiences that compose communities of Salvador, Bahia in Brazil. In association with the Theatre for Social Change class, this multimedia production will address social justice issues while using methods from Augusto Boal’s Theatre of the Oppressed.
Thursday, April 20: Opening Night Performance & Celebration, sponsored by Thomas E. Page, ’71, ‘76
Friday, April 21: Community Night – all tickets are $10!
Saturday, Feb. 11: Detroit Theatre Discussion Project. To be announced.
Sunday, Feb. 26: Closing Performance
DMTC Audience Covid-19 Safety Protocol: Masks are optional although strongly recommended at all performances. Masks may be required if Wayne County and surrounding communities are in the high or “red” category as defined by the CDC. Click here for University of Detroit Mercy masking guidelines.