"Bringing Color to the Classics"

COALITION FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS IN THE PERFORMING ARTS

CAAPA
COTTON FIELD TO CONCERT HALL

PRESENTERS:

 

BRING CAAPA'S ORIGINAL PRODUCTION TO YOUR STAGE

 

Your inclusive package is suitable for Black History Month programming, festivals, schools, religious institutions, organizations, fundraisers!

 

All ages enjoy this multi-media musical extravaganza of powerful drumming, poignant singing, exciting dancing, moving music, rich spoken word, stimulating visuals, rich narration, and beautiful classical music. Follow a young Slave woman from a cotton plantation to the legacy of her great-great-great granddaughter on the stages of the great opera houses throughout the world, in this invigorating performance that will gladden your heart.

Music is her redemption!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Produced by: Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts (CAAPA)

Directed by: Norris Wiggins

Written by: Terri Allen,

Joyce Williams - Graves, Ellen Wiggins

 

Booking Information and details:

CAAPA Production Coordinator

Post Office Box 44954

Fort Washington, Maryland 20744

301-839-1444

Email: caapa@aol.com

 

 

 

 

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CAAPA

Post Office Box 44954

Fort Washington,  Maryland 20749

301-839-1444

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