EAST GREENSBORO, NC (March 7, 2022) – Beginning March 17, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s Theater Arts Program will present “A Night at the Living Museum: A Tour of Black History.” . Audience members will take part in a living history tour led by a history scholar and see living legends come to life whose contributions to society have shaped entertainment, politics, literature and civil rights.
Directed by Tyler Madden, these authentically portrayed icons will share their passions, challenges, and what motivated them to get in and out. From Josephine Baker to Rosa Parks to Langston Hughes, courage, strength and the need to change things are embedded in their stories. This powerful production celebrates the black experience at its finest.
The Theater Arts Program and Paul Robeson Theater adhere to all COVID-19 protocols and procedures. Places will be limited to practice social distancing. Everyone is encouraged to follow safe hygiene practices to help prevent the spread of the virus.
Performance dates and times:
Thursday March 17 at 7:30 p.m.
Friday March 18 at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday March 19 at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday March 20 at 3 p.m.
Paul Robeson Theater on the NC A&T campus
Adults – $17
Seniors and Non-A&T Students – $11
Children 12 and under – $6
A&T Students – Free with Aggie One Card
For tickets, call (336) 334-7749 or visit www.ncataggies.com.
About North Carolina A&T State University
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is the largest historically black university in the nation, as well as the highest ranked (Money magazine, Best Colleges; Washington Monthly College Guide and Rankings). It is a land-grant doctoral university, classified as “high research” by the Carnegie Foundation and a constituent member of the University of North Carolina system. A&T is known for its leadership in producing graduates in engineering, agriculture, and other STEM fields. The university was founded in 1891 and is located in Greensboro, North Carolina.