American Slavery Project: Extended Access to ‘Throw Pitchfork’ Play

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You may have heard the news by now, that  Ethical NYC is collaborating with The American Slavery Project to present The Reverberation Plays.  These are 5 virtual, theatrical offerings that examine how Black beginnings in America have led to the very equity issues we experience today in psychology, family dynamics, education, and mental/physical health-care.  

Don’t miss these!

Though the first play aired early in February,  you’re in luck and can still catch it!  It has been EXTENDED THROUGH MARCH 4th at which time, the second production will be launched! 

Visit:  to RSVP for a ticket and receive a code.  THE CODE A MUST!!!

Throw Pitchfork
Written and performed by internationally acclaimed actor and winner of Canada’s prestigious Dora Award  Alexander Thomas.  Directed by Sara Lampert Hoover

See Alexander Thomas in this breathtaking performance!
The search for self-definition is passed on through four brothers as they struggle with the Jim Crow legacy of their father. Deep wounds left on his psyche are passed onto a generation of sons. Told with humor and pathos by one of those sons, this true story puts human faces on the fallout of America’s original sin.

After his gripping performance, be part of the conversation:
The Legacies of Jim Crow and Black Family Dynamics with Dr. Mikal Rasheed, Author of “Family Therapy with Ethnic Minorities”. Moderated by Judy Tate
This performance was originally produced/taped at The Kitchen Theatre, Ithaca, NY
You may visit to access more past KTC performances available for streaming including Every Brilliant Thing and The Roomate.

Audrey Kindred

Audrey Kindred

Audrey Kindred leads programming for youth and families at Ethical NYC

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