Thursday, June 21, 2018
Arlington Music Hall
224 N Center St
Arlington, TX 76011
Every year On the 19th of June millions of people around the world celebrate Juneteenth, slaves started this tradition as a remembrance to never forget the day Texas freed their slaves, which was 1865, two and a half years after they were ordered to free them.
Juneteenth stage play is a story of how love, faith,and prayer between a Texas slave-women name Tippy and a Texas slave man named Henry sustained them through slavery, even for the additional two and a half years that Texas kept their slaves.
This stage play is an eye opener, guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat as the history of Juneteenth is revealed. In addition this production also provides answers to why residue from slavery has such a negative impact on society today. This stage play will entertain and educate people about why June 19th is such an important day for this country. Watch a short video trailer below!
On the 19th of June millions of people around the world celebrate Juneteenth, slaves started this tradition as a remembrance to never forget the day Texas freed their slaves, which was 1865, two and a half years after they were ordered to free them.
Greg Ellis, Director, is from Wendell NC. He is married to his high school sweetheart Tangie Ellis, they have 3 beautiful children. Mr. Ellis earned a scholarship from the university of North Carolina & was a 1st round pick by the Dallas Cowboys, he earned pro-bowl&and comeback player of the year honors. Mr. Ellis also Executive Produced the Carter High movie, staring: Vivica A. Fox, Charles Dutton, David Banner, Pooch Hall and Reginald Hayes. Greg’s last major project was the watch night stage play which has been performed in several cities around the country.
For special discount prices or fundraising programs attached to the show, you may email Greg at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact him by phone at 469 494 3508.
A must-see stage play!