Musical Theatre West, Long Beach celebrates Black History Month with a series of programs honoring Black Broadway Artists. Featuring three complementary components and a Spotify playlist, this month-long tribute takes audiences on a virtual tour of some of the most important moments in Black Musical Theatre History as well as introducing audiences to the talents that helped create the Broadway Musical as we know it.
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BLACK BROADWAY HISTORY – FRIDAYS IN FEBRUARY AT 7PM (PST)
- ON FACEBOOK AND YOUTUBE

Free - Donations Encouraged - Donations go directly to the teaching artists.

Hosted by Stevi Meredith and streaming live on Musical Theatre West’s website, plus Facebook and YouTube Platforms, enjoy free 30-minute history classes (donations are encouraged for each class you attend). Live classes (and the archives) can be found on Musical Theatre West's Facebook (@musicaltheatrewest) and YouTube pages (Musical Theatre West) and on our website at www.musical.org/celebrate.

February 26 – Ragtime, Jelly’s Last Jam, The Color Purple, The Scottsboro Boys, Hamilton
BLACK BROADWAY CHOREOGRAPHY – SATURDAYS IN FEBRUARY AT 11AM - ON ZOOM
Pay What You Can - $15 minimum donation recommended - Donations go directly to the teaching artists.

30-minute choreography classes focusing on the work of an influential Black choreographer. Register for each class individually below. Please make sure that all contact information is filled out completely so that we can send you the Zoom link. Links will be sent out 24 hours prior class beginning and 30 minutes before class on the day of.
February 27 - Grasan Kingsberry - Celebrating the work of George Faison (The Wiz, Don’t Bother Me I Can’t Cope, “The Josephine Baker Story”)
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