Arts.Advocacy+Wellness: "Brave Soul Collective at 2011 DC Black Theater Festival"
Brave Soul Collective
The Lies We Tell Ourselves (& Everyone Else)
Saturday June 18th, 2011 at 8pm
The Ossie Davis Stage at Warehouse Theater
645 New York Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20001
Following a successful performance during last year's Inaugural DC Black Theatre Festival with "Aesthetics", Brave Soul Collective (BSC) returns with "Smoke Screens: The Lies We Tell Ourselves (& Everyone Else)" On Saturday June 18th , BSC will present an evening of theatre, & spoken word performances that examine the many complexities of life & how we as human beings deal with, avoid, & manipulate the elements of TRUTH & HONESTY.
The theatrical pieces performed as part of "Smoke Screens" will touch on a variety of topics & hot button issues such as love, sex, relationships, sexuality, HIV/AIDS, gender, & identity.
BSC, which celebrates its 5 year anniversary this month is honored to be one of the few LGBTQ performing arts organizations participating in the second annual DC Black Theatre Festival.
"Smoke Screens" will feature original works written by playwrights Dyron Holmes, Rashad Moody, Jared Shamberger as well as the premiere of a new piece written by DC Black Theatre Festival Executive Director Glenn Alan which is directed by Alan Sharpe (ACT).