CAPITA Productions’ highly anticipated show We Are The Drum will be live at Marshall High School auditorium February 15th – 24th, 2019 with a special “pay-what-you-can” Community Show on February 7th at 7 pm.
We Are the Drum is an educational, entertaining, high-energy, professionally produced show using powerful singing, poetry, dance and inspiration that celebrates 400 years of our people’s rich African American heritage, history and culture; past, present, and future. The theme for this years is “Revive, Restore, Respect!”
The show’s cast consists of a diverse group of talented actors, actresses, singers, and dancers from the community, ranging from ages 5 to 70. We Are the Drum promises to leave a positive and lasting impact on every audience that views it. Patrons will leave the show revived, restored and respecting all humankind.
We Are The Drum will run from Friday, February 15th – Sunday, February 24th, 2019.
Friday shows are at 7 pm, Saturday shows are at 3 pm and 7 pm and the matinee show on Sunday, February 24th starts at 4 pm.
The tickets are $10. Advance tickets can be purchased online at EventBrite.com and the following locations: Rise and Shine Café (2737 N. Martin Luther King Drive, from 7 pm to 4 pm), Torrence’s House of Threads (7732 W. Burleigh Street & 4722 W. Fond Du Lac Avenue from 10 am to 6 pm), and at Marshall High School (4141 N. 64th Street) Tuesday through Saturday, 9 am to 7 pm.
For more information, please go to our website: capitaproductions.com .
About CAPITA Productions:
CAPITA Productions is a non-profit community theater company, founded in 1990 by the late Brother Booker Ashe. His goal was to draw from all areas of the community to foster multicultural awareness and racial harmony through the medium of Community Theater. Since its inception, CAPITA has worked to bring together people of diverse ages, races, and backgrounds to provide an example of how the community can work together. The acronym CAPITA stands for “City at Peace in the Arts.”