QUITE POSSIBLY

The best show you'll see this year

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Prolific poet and playwright, Langston Hughes

*Pre-sale tickets are sold out! Limited number of walk-up tickets available 1 hour before performance. I'm working the box office Sunday, December 27th and Saturday, January 2nd. *


Another rave review of Black Nativity, this time from Washington City Paper! Tickets are still available!


"Black Nativity opens with a reminder that no matter how many times Langston Hughes’ joyous Nativity production is performed in DC—no matter how often the Nativity story is told, period—there is still immense power in the work. The opener is a stunner that sets the pace for this rapturous show: an explosive rendition of “Joy to the World,” performed in a Swahili dialect, a song that fills the Anacostia Playhouse to the point of brimming over."



To read another review of the performance Theater Alliance produced , look here:

WHY YOU MUST SEE BLACK NATIVITY WITH YOUR OWN EYES.


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Get in the Spirit

Saturday, Dec. 26th, 8pm to Sunday, Jan. 3rd 2016 at 3pm

2020 Shannon Pl SE

Washington, D.C.

Come see this beautiful and celebratory show at Theater Alliance.


Black Nativity

by Langston Hughes


December 26 – January 3, 2016

Anacostia Playhouse


Directed by Eric Ruffin

Musical Direction by e’Marcus Harper-Short

Choreography by Princess Mhoon


RECOMMENDED FOR ALL AGES


This Christmas classic returns to Theater Alliance with a fresh voice. Langston Hughes chronicles and celebrates the birth of Jesus, while also celebrating the birth of Blackness. This classic story told through gospel, blues, funk, jazz, and dance asks you to look inward and find the wonder in life.


This will make a great holiday gift. No shopping. You click. Your loved one enjoys!


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