Voices AMPLIFIED! virtual panel discussion of August Wilson's "Fences"

by Omaha Performing Arts Contact

Sunday, Oct 25, 2020 4:00pm - 5:30pm

Omaha Performing Arts

1200 Douglas Street,
Omaha

Free

What's happening?

Omaha Performing Arts announces Voices AMPLIFIED! A multidisciplinary arts and social justice initiative to amplify artists in diverse cultures.

Our groundbreaking Voices AMPLIFIED! series starts with rediscovering one of the greatest Black voices in theater – August Wilson. Wilson, an award-winning playwright and author, chronicled 20th century Black American life and won a Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award for his 1983 play “Fences.”

Join us for a panel discussion of the movie adaptation of “Fences,” with Omaha thespians: Raydell Cordell III, Kathy Tyree, John Beasley and Tyrone Beasley. The panel will discuss the symbolism of fences, generational differences and explore the father and son relationship within Black families.

We invite you to watch the film on your own and then join us for this pre-recorded panel discussion.

You can register for the pay-what-you-can panel discussion here.

You do not need to watch/rent the film to register in the panel discussion.

You can rent the film for as little as $4 here.

About the organization

Omaha Performing Arts provides the best Broadway, jazz, dance, and popular entertainment to Omaha at the Orpheum Theater, Holland Performing Arts Center and beyond. We also offer a broad range of education and community engagement activities that reach a wide and diverse audience across the state. Ticket Omaha is our official ticket retailer.

What to expect

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Special Instructions

This is an online event. Registrants will receive a link.

Location

1200 Douglas Street

Omaha, Nebraska 68102