When: Thursday, April 19th, 7pm
After the show, for those able to stay, we will have a short and informal debrief.
Where: Edison Theater at Washington University, 6662 Olive Blvd, University City, 63130
Cost: Free, thanks to a generous sponsorship from The Incarnate Word Foundation. However, space is limited to 15 so make sure to RSVP at your earliest convenience.
RSVP: In order to attend you must RSVP by March 26th at 12 pm. Space is limited to 15 people. Once we reach our cap of 15 people, registration will no longer be available.
If you register for this event, please make every effort to join us, as we must purchase tickets far in advance to ensure availability and we want to make good use of our limited resources by making sure all tickets purchased are utilized. If you are unable to come to the play after registering, please let us know so that we may redistribute your ticket.
Why is EPIP St. Louis excited about this event?
Engagement with the arts is an often overlooked way to grow both personally and professionally, and St. Louis is fortunate to have a vibrant arts scene. The Black Rep was founded by Producing Director Ron Himes in 1976, it is the largest professional African American theater company in the nation, as well as the largest African-American performing arts organization in Missouri. We would like to create an opportunity to step away from our desks, power down from our technology, and come together for an enriching experience of the arts in our city.
Funding for this event was provided in part by The Incarnate Word Foundation.