Just months after our National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day performance which took place at Warehouse Theatre on February 7th, Brave Soul Collective (BSC) returns with an all new, full length performance of "Moments Of Truth: Healing Ourselves from the Inside Out" on Saturday June 30th. This event will begin at 9 pm and will take place at the Navy Memorial Theater (701 Pennsylvania Avenue NW).
Through theatre, spoken word, and personal testimonials, BSC will entertain, educate and enlighten individuals about a host of topics & issues including love, relationships, sexuality, self esteem, body image, & mental health. The evening of artistic performances also as BSC's artistic contribution to the continued fight against HIV/AIDS. It is presented to help mobilize the African American community around HIV/AIDS education & awareness; reduce stigma and infection rates; and to reinforce the importance of assuming personal responsibility for individual choices that affect collective mental health and wellness. "Moments Of Truth" features all new original works by BSC founder Monte J. Wolfe and members Alan Sharpe, Jared Shamberger, Thembi Duncan & Michael Sainte Andress.
The performance serves as BSC's 3rd annual appearance at the DC Black Theater Festival, after presenting the production "Smoke Screens" - a highlight of last year's festival.
Tickets are available online & will also be available at the door, (while supplies last).
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