Palefsky Collision Project for MLK Day
Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with the young artists of the Alliance Theatre’s Palefsky Collision Project as they explore the issues and ideas that challenge their generation to change the world. Students from this summer's Palefsky Collision Project come back together to explore the themes from their summer performance project, inspired by the classic novel 1984, through the lens of letters to Dr. King. This staged reading, suitable for all ages, will challenge, inspire, and leave you feeling uplifted about the future. The Palefsky Collision Project affords teens a unique theatrical experience and gives them ownership of a performance at the Alliance. It also gives the students validity – confidence in their talents, strength for the future, and power in their decisions. The wholly original piece is guaranteed to inspire audiences at the two free performances these young artists will offer. Join us for a unique Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration you will never forget!
Alliance Theatre Palefsky Collision Project Public Performances
- • WHEN & WHERE:
- Monday, January 20 at 11:00 a.m. – A special performance at the National Center for Civil & Human Rights
- Monday, January 20 at 3:00 p.m. – Rich Theatre Auditorium at the Woodruff Arts Center
- RSVP for free tickets: http://www.alliancetheatre.org/content/current-project
- NOTE: Performances at the Woodruff Arts Center are free but require an RSVP. NCCHR performance requires admission to the museum.