One Voice Show Coming to NGU
Tigerville SC (January 20, 2017) Jeremiah Dew, affectionately known as JDew, will be bringing his One Voice show to North Greenville University on Tuesday, January 24 at 7:00 p.m. in Hamlin Recital Hall.
One Voice is a journey through the black American experience, by virtue of seven powerful and influential voices. Dew portrays six of the characters, spanning from the1820s to present day, all stand-out figures in this country’s history including: Martin Luther King, Jr., Muhammad Ali, and Barack Obama.
The show, divided into seven chapters, covers a variety of genres including: poetry, essay, political activism, stand-up comedy, campaign speech, and more. Interspersed in the show are powerful video pieces including interviews with prominent African Americans in the upstate of South Carolina, sharing their stories.
Throughout the narrative, audiences will experience a timeline that spans from struggle and heartache, to breakthrough and achievement of the black American voice.
This is a free ticketed event. For ticket information contact the Billingsley Theatre Box Office at 864.977.7085.
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