The Freedom Players
The Social Justice Project
Created by Billicia Charnelle Hines, Dr. RAZ Mikey Courtney, and Karen Prall, the Social Justice Project is a devised theatre and dance performance which illuminates and engages students in Detroit Public Schools Community District in current socio-political challenges, utilizing teaching artists through performance and conversation on race and privilege as a means of bridging communities.
This tour is available on the following dates, but we are also willing to work with your calendar.
- Tour dates: Spring 2019
- Time of Day: Flexible
- Tour rates:
- $400 non-school
- $300 schools
- $150 Title I schools
- For distances requiring travel greater than 30 miles, please inquire about mileage and gas fee.
The 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe
The Maggie Allesee Department of Theatre and Dance has been invited to participate in the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Festival (the largest international theatre festival in the world) as part of the college performing arts program.
This project enhances the international presence of the Maggie Allesee Department of Theatre and Dance, showcasing our department, the College, and the university at the world’s largest international theatre festival while also elevating our Black Theatre & Dance concentration, representing it, literally, on the global stage.
Your support will ensure this project’s success by alleviating some of the financial burden that international travel causes. Students are directly supported by your gift, making this already phenomenal opportunity one that will impact them and their training for the rest of their lives.
Watch the fundraising video below to learn more!