“TRUE COLORS” PLAY AT IUPUI EXPLORES BIGOTRY AND TOLERANCE
IUPUI will be the site of the premier of an entertaining and provocative new play that explores perspectives of discrimination, bigotry, and tolerance in the U.S. “True Colors” offers six vignettes to gauge reactions to the re-election of the nation’s first black president.
The Indianapolis Chapter of Indiana Black Expo, Inc. will join the Indy Chapter Neal-Marshall Alumni Club and Word of Mouth Productions in hosting “True Colors,” written, produced and directed by Vernon A. Williams, on Tuesday, April 30 at Hine Hall Auditorium (formerly the University Place Conference Center) at 850 W. Michigan Street in Indianapolis.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and curtains rise promptly at 6 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public. The IUPUI Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will make an appeal for contributions from the audience to support campus diversity initiatives. For more information, contact Erica Broadus at email@example.com.
“True Colors” stars Daniel Martin who has performed the role of Jesus Christ in the Indianapolis passion play “Upon This Rock,” with Kelly Skaggs who also appeared in “A Woman’s Place,” Isaac Beauchamp and Eryn Bowser. Stacia Murphy is stage manager and assistant director and Charla Booth is artistic director.
There are no upcoming dates for this event.