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Comment by The Black Academy on September 16, 2011 at 3:24pm

The 35th Season at TBAAL boasts a line-up filled with some of the top names in Music, Dance, Theatre, Film and the Literary Arts! Some of the season highlights include:

 

The Gospel Roots Concert Hosted by Clifton Davis of Amen And 14 Dallas/Ft. Worth Pastors

 

An Evening of Spoken Word with Ruby Dee

 

Dress Performance Theatre Series "Don't Get Me Started" Starring That's So Raven's T'Keyah Crystal Keyman

 

Akin Babatunde's "Harvest of Katrina Voices"

 

"Dink's Blues" By Phillip Hayes Dean Starring Antonio Fargas and Erik Kilpatrick

  

24-Hour Stew Pot Filmfeast Hosted by Castle's Ruben Santiago-Hudson

 

Roundtable Writer's Breakfast Series STEREOTYPES...

...In African American Literature

...In the Visual Arts

...In American Theatre, Film and Television

 

29th Annual Black Music And The Civil Rights Concert Starring CeCe Winans

 

7 Jazz Divas Concert Featuring Jazz in Pink and Maysa of Incognito

 

Comedian Rodney Perry

 

6 Brothers on Sax Featuring Joseph Vincelli, Tom Brownlee, Jr., Tom Braxton, Keith Anderson, Mark Allen Felton and Art Sherrod, Jr.

 

 24-Hour Filmfeast Hosted by Vondie Curtis Hall

 

And Many More!

 

For Program Details and Ticket Information, Call TBAAL's Box Office at 214.743.2400

 

 

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