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Black Voices Solo Theatre/Film Festival

The Whitefire Theatre’s second annual Black Voices Solo Theatre/Film Festival celebrates the artistic expression of Black solo performers in person and streamed platforms. The content of the shows inspires conversation, transformation and healing for the artists, as well as the audience.

Black Voices Solo Theatre/Film Festival 2021 will see the return of some local favorite performers such as Juliette Jeffers and Sammie Wayne, as well as featuring the much beloved show “Billie! Backstage with Lady Day” starring Synthia L. Hardy. Juliette Jeffers also serves as curator for the event, and is on the lookout for bright new talent and returning veteran performers in the L.A. Black community.

All shows will be performed live at The Whitefire, with an on-demand streaming option at the request of performers. Patrons will be asked to provide proof of vaccination or recent (within 48 hours) negative COVID test for entry.

The Whitefire Theatre and owner Bryan Rasmussen pride themselves on providing this rare opportunity for Black artists to sustain their own festival celebrating their work and stories. Black Voices once again, joins the company of The Whitefire’s Solofest, which is the second largest solo theatre festival in the country, and in 2021 became the largest streaming theatre festival.

The Black Voices Solo Theatre/Film Festival celebrates the artistic expression of Black solo performers through in person and streamed platforms. The content of the shows inspire conversation, healing and transformation for the artists, as well as the audience.

When:

September 10-November 13, 2021

Show times vary

Where:

Online and in person

The Whitefire Theatre
13500 Ventura Blvd.
Sherman Oaks, CA 91243

Tickets:

Tickets and info available at www.whitefiretheatre.com

In person tickets $25 | Streaming on-demand $19.99

Francesca del Console
Author: Francesca del Console

Francesca is a program manager at L.A. Cultural Exchange, an arts-focused student exchange program in Los Angeles, CA. She brings international and U.S. dancers, actors, singers, musicians, etc. to study and train in LA.

Francesca del Consolehttp://www.laculturalexchange.com
Francesca is a program manager at L.A. Cultural Exchange, an arts-focused student exchange program in Los Angeles, CA. She brings international and U.S. dancers, actors, singers, musicians, etc. to study and train in LA.