Empowerment Through the Arts
- 2019 WORKSHOP SCHEDULE
- JUNE: SUMMER CAMP -JUNE 24TH - July 26th
- JUNE: POWER MIC NIGHT -
- JULY: CASTING CALL -
- JULY: BOOK CLUB: W.E.B. DUBOIS - "SOULS OF BLACK FOLKS"
- AUGUST: BOOK CLUB: MOLEFI ASANTE - "AFROCENTRICITY"
Black Power Theatre is a contemporary cultural arts center, located in St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands. The theater is focused on the artistic talents of the descendants of the African diaspora. "Black Power Theatre is about positivity, love and promoting true artistic talent - raw and unfiltered! The New Black Arts Movement is here, and we are sharing our stories with the world!"
FOR THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE!
Assata Afua, Artistic Director
*Assata holds a Bachelors Degree in Communications: Journalism/Technical Writing, a Masters Degree in Higher Education: Technical Writing, Post Masters Certification in College Teaching, Doctorate Degree in Post-Secondary Adult Education: Masters Level Technical Writing. Assata has spent over 25 years working as a Journalist, Publicist, Editor, Technical Writer, Playwright and Poet.*
"LISTEN TO ASSATA AFUA LIVE IN THE LION'S DEN WITH RAS MANI ON 1340 AM"
- Dramatist Guild of America, New York
- Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York
- National Museum of African-American History and Culture, Washington D.C.
- NAACP, New York Chapter
- American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), New York
- National Action Network, Harlem N.Y.
Cape Coast, Ghana
Become a powerful force at Black Power Theatre, become a donor, sponsor or volunteer. Make a commitment to help promote the Arts in our community. With your help the theater will provide artists a place to create and the community the opportunity to experience the Arts in new exciting ways. Your contribution and commitment will help fund:
Thank You For Joining The Movement To Reignite Artistic Expression!
Stay Strong in Peace, in Love and in the Struggle!
Black Power Theatre, Inc. is a non-profit organization
WINNERS OF THE FIRST ANNUAL POWER PLAYS COMPETITION ARE:
1st Place Winner: Ashlee Whitehead | Play: "Black Girls Who Have Experienced Depression When Prayer Was Not Enough"
2nd Place Winner: Gloria Clunie | Play: "Blow'in Fire"
3rd Place Winner: Edgar Chisholm | Play: "The Long Dance"
We are excited to have new members of the Black Arts Movement joining everyday!
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