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Concert Night

Broadway Stars Set for Black Theatre Coalition’s Upon These Shoulders Virtual Concert

Amber Iman Photo by Drew Shade

Black Theatre Coalition, in partnership with Playbill, bring Broadway Black stars Brandon Victor Dixon (Motown the Musical and Hamilton: An American Musical), Amber Iman (Shuffle Along), Daniel J. Watts (Tony-nominated for Tina: The Tina Turner Musical), Bebe Winans (writer and creator of the Broadway-bound musical Born for This) together to lend their talents for a virtual concert honoring Black creatives’ contributions throughout the generations and beyond.

Upon These Shoulders will be live-streamed with various interviews, performances, and testimonials by Black artists, paying tribute to Black artistry. It will be a time to highlight and emphasize Broadway’s past, but also the importance of the future of Broadway and what the community can do to accelerate a safe and diverse opening. 

Additional casting and information will be announced in further days

The concert will debut on February 27 at 8:00 pm by visiting On the Stage.

To donate to Broadway Theatre Coalition, please visit HERE.

Written By

Tremaine A. Price is a drama educator with 11 years worth of teaching experience in the New York City school system. He is currently the Arts Director for a charter school in Brooklyn, NY, and oversees the artistic and educational development of students in middle and high school. He is all about Broadway Black in and out of the classroom Arts Educator | Director | Actor | Singer | Theatre Lover


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