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Greenville native Eden Brent aka Little Boogaloo returns to Greenville!

RBF_2009_Eden_Brent_04The Delta Symphony Association and the Greenville Arts Council have teamed up to bring Greenville native and internationally recognized blues pianist and vocalist Eden Brent Continue reading “Greenville native Eden Brent aka Little Boogaloo returns to Greenville!”

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Don’t miss it!

The Arts Council has partnered with the Mayor’s Office again to bring this great theatrical event to the community FREE OF CHARGE. There will be a school day showing, however all seats have already been reserved.


A historical drama with music

Tuesday, February 19th 6 PM

Portraying the life of Harriet Tubman, the escaped slave who worked to free other slaves, Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad is a thrilling play about danger, friendship, spies, fugitives, soldiers and the pursuit of the American dream. Through music and colorful imagery, audiences will discover the life of a young girl, Arminta (a.k.a Harriet Tubman), who grew up to become one of our nations’ greatest heroines before, during and after the American Cival War. The life of this amazing woman known as “Moses” comes to life in this riveting drama with music. The cast and crew of the performance will be providing an audience talkback for the 6 p.m. showing that is open to the public.

This performance is by New Stage Theatre, based in Jackson, MS. New Stage Theatre is committed to producing important contemporary works and classics, selected for their artistic merit and their power to illuminate the human condition. Challenging new works in development are included through the Eudora Welty New Play Series named for the distinguished writer who helped found New Stage.

The theatre is dedicated to cultivating and educating a culturally diverse audience by gathering the finest available resources including playwrights, actors directors, designers, technicians, administrators, trainees, and board members. Integral to the theatre’s total effort, its education department maximizes its potential by offering artistic and technical internships, by mounting intern touring programs supported by teachers’ materials for schools statewide, and by developing curricula for and teaching youth and adult classes.

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