Black Girl Magic is back!
Words and Images Courtesy of the Hurrah Players
Black Girl Magic
Conceived and Directed by Sharon Davidson-Cook
Choreographed by Jennifer Cooper
Music By Roberta Lea
The Hurrah Players are excited to announce our third year presenting an original play, Black Girl Magic, and this year we are back in person! Black Girl Magic is a compilation of original scenes, vignettes, and poems as well as excerpts from published speeches, poems, plays, and performances that celebrate the lives and accomplishments of Black girls and women past and present, popular and underrated. It follows the struggles that often prove necessary to birth brilliance, resilience, triumph, and success; the tragedies that produce inner strength, beauty, hope, and community which continues to withstand the test of time. Black Girl Magic is not intended to exclude girls and women of other races or ethnicities. In fact, Black Girl Magic is inclusive in that it offers them the opportunity to join in this celebration of a race of women often overlooked and undervalued.
This popular show grows and changes every year to reflect the passage of time and community growth.
Join us to celebrate and learn more about Black Girl Magic.
**Masks are required for patrons at this event**
The Hugh R. Copeland Center in the NEON District
Children & Students: $15
Purchase tickets at www.hurrahplayers.com
Box Office 757-627-5437
Performances: Friday Feb 11th -7pm / Saturday Feb 12th -2pm & 7pm / Sunday Feb 13th - 2pm