Black Poetry Theatre

Original Poetry & Spoken Word Productions

October 18th, 2015 - HERstory through His Eyes

Black Poetry Theatre presents

 

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Black Poetry Theatre presents "Herstory through His Eyes"

 Sunday, October 18th

 

HERstory Through HIS Eyes: A Black Poetry Theatre Presentation

Written by Dasan Ahanu

 

@ Common Ground Theatre

4815B Hillsborough Rd

Durham, NC 27705

 

Doors open at 5:30, Show starts at 6:00pm

Featuring a cast of some of the Triangle's best vocalists, actors, actresses, and spoken word artists!

 

Presented as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Advanced Tickets - $10

Purchase at www.blackpoetrytheatre.com

General Admission - $15

Drawings & prize giveaways

 

HERstory Through HIS Eyes is a story of strength, overcoming and new possibilities. The story centers on Kim and Tina, two women who have survived physical and sexual abuse. Kim is learning to move on from a marriage crumbled by physical and mental abuse. When her husband returns claiming to be a changed man, she struggles with forgiving him and forgiving herself. Tina has met the man of her dreams. Still, she is having a hard time being open and intimate with him. A survivor of sexual assault, she struggles with trust and vulnerability in the face of this new relationship. Both women find healing through their friendship and the regular poetry night hosted by their friend David at his local club. Supporting Tina and Kim in their journey inspires David. He shares these stories that give us insight into the lives of survivors. Enhanced by poetry and tied together by narration and song, this play seeks to challenge attitudes, values, behaviors, and misconceptions about sexual assault and domestic violence in hopes to decrease assaults and increase awareness.

 

For more info on Black Poetry Theatre call Joseph Churchwell at 919-627-1076 or email at blackpoetrytheatre@gmail.com

 

www.blackpoetrytheatre.com

 

 

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Contact Church at 919 627-1076 or Dasan at 919 295-1076 or email blackpoetrytheatre@gmail.com