One Woman's Journey from Atlanta to Africa to Restore Justice Through the Arts.
Directed and developed by Jessica Lynn Johnson, written and performed by Brittanie Richardson, Founder/Director of Art and Abolition.
In this remarkable show, Brittanie weaves words and song to share the story behind her life's mission: to abolish child sex slavery and liberate survivors.
A very special introduction by Rozz Nash-Coulon (musician, choreographer, director of performing arts at Roses in Concrete School in Oakland, and serving on the Board of Directors for "Art and Abolition."
Singers from the East Bay community of all ages, all genres, and all levels will open the show with songs of freedom, equity, and joy in the spirit of the South African "Ubuntu": "I Am Because of Who You Are."
Hosted by Kathy Suprata, in collaboration with The Back Room.
Tickets are $15 and donations are encouraged. Advance tickets are available at the link below, or at the door the night of the show. Doors open one half hour before show time. We accept cash only at the door (ATMs are nearby).
The Back Room is an all-ages, BYOB (for those 21+) space, dedicated to (mostly) acoustic music of all kinds. You are welcome to bring your own adult beverage with no additional corkage fee. If you need more information, or have any questions, please call us: #510-654-3808. Thank you for your support!