Hip Hop. Theater. Dialogue.
CSC presents… Race Matters?
An interactive story for change.
Original Score by Black Lash.

Performance Dates:
Fri 4/25: Doors 7:00, Show 8pm, Opening Reception 9:45
Sat 4/26: Doors 7:00, Show 8pm
Sun 4/27: Doors 2:00, Show 3pm, Artist Reception 5:00

Work | Space @ The Laundry on Lawrence | 2701 Lawrence St. Denver, CO. 80205

Tickets: $15   Limited Seating | Advanced Tickets

Join Creative Strategies for Change for the fundraising premiere of Race Matters? An interactive story for change, written by and featuring K. Salim Ajanku. Also featuring Stevanie Williams, Kokayi Donladi, and Rachael Sharp, with an original score by Black Lash. Race Matters? Is a story about life in urban USA. Malik is 35, working class, a husband and father. He is a music teacher in an inner city high school, trying to get ahead, while making a difference. Malik encounters challenges at every turn. Through his relationships and experiences, and the layering of multimedia, the depth of double consciousness is surfaced, and the dissonance dissolved. The strength of Malik’s spirit, his self knowledge, and his commitment to his community ignite him to persevere and rise above. This is more than a performance; it is an opportunity to ask questions, think critically, and engage; it is part of a movement to deepen understanding across differences, and inspire innovative approaches to grappling with challenging social issues.

Creative Strategies for Change is a grassroots, Denver based non profit organization with a mission to mobilize arts and education for social justice. We do this through a variety of programs and services including consulting, community events and workshops, leadership and professional development, and after school and enrichment programs for youth. Find out more on the website, http://www.creativestrategiesforchange.com, or feel free to contact us!


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