Mixing narration, speeches, video, and rap music, this play tells the story of Angela Davis, American Black activist, professor and author, who faced a turbulent life during the civil rights movement of the 1960s and ’70s. Actress Astrid Bayiha, alone on stage, exudes rage at injustice and discrimination through the power of words and music with the help of musician-composer Balde AliMbaye. Don’t miss Astrid Bayiha in Angela Davis’ fierce journey!
Show performed in French on Thursday, September 22; performed in English on Friday September 23.
Duration: 1 hour.
Tickets and Details
Performances are free and open to the public. Advance tickets required. Reserve tickets online
Get directions to the Whitman College Class of 1970 Theater. Access the theater at Whitman College from Elm Drive, at the ground-level entrance between 1981 hall and the Community Hall.
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