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TAAC's 8th Annual Dr. Teretha Harper Reader's Theater, Voices of Freedom: Overcoming Barriers

TRAHC African American Committee (TAAC) presents...

8th Annual Dr. Teretha Harper Reader's Theater, Voices of Freedom: Overcoming Barriers

Friday, May 1 from 6:30PM - 8:00PM
Regional Arts Center
Horace C. Cabe Great Hall
321 West Fourth at Texas Blvd.


The inspiration for Voices of Freedom: Overcoming Barriers came from the Smithsonian Institute Exhibit called Freedom’s Sisters. Local citizens portray notable African Americans’ struggles to overcome barriers to personal, economic, education, social, political and legislative freedom. The Children’s Skit is a new feature. The monologues, opening, closing and transitions are original scripts created by local authors, with local citizens portraying the lives of notable African Americans. We are proud to create and sponsor this original theater series. Designed to give citizens additional opportunities to gain information about African American lives and their contributions to the world. This event was re-named in 2013 to honor Dr. Teretha Harper, founding member of TRAHC's African American Committee and lead coordinator for Reader's Theater since it's inception.

Educate, Entertain and Empower.

TAAC Reader’s Theater Themes are Justice, Peace, Freedom, Achievement and Civil Rights.

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Past events:

Date Time Location
May 2, 2014 Regional Arts Center Call TRAHC at (903) 792-8681 for information
May 1, 2015 6:30 PM Regional Arts Center, Great Cabe Hall Call TRAHC at (903) 792-8681 for information


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