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Ladies and Gentlemen, we are excited to announce our first show of 2021, The Mountaintop, a fictional play about Martin Luther King Jr's last day on earth before his tragic death. Written by Katori Hall and directed by our own Kandace Crystal, this filmed, steamed event will be coming to you at the end of March, dates to be determined. We also look forward to soon announcing a special community partner for this event! Stay tuned to our social sites or right here to learn more!
- Shout and StompTime is TBDWhite Box Live ArtsTime is TBDWhite Box Live Arts, 2590 Truxtun Rd #205, San Diego, CA 92106, USAWe originally have December 6th planned for this event, but it has been postponed until 2021. Stay tuned to our site and social media to find out when this annual interactive trauma workshop is happening. Let's get creative and pave some alternative pathways to healing through performance art!
- CHOICEEvent Date TBDWhite Box Live ArtsEvent Date TBDWhite Box Live Arts, 2590 Truxtun Rd #205, San Diego, CA 92106, USAIn 2020 we were so excited to finally bring you our very first original play, CHOICE. Written by Alli Mayville, this play explores the very real problem of bullying throughout society. From highschool to chat rooms to the board room, bullying can happen in any setting. Upcoming in 2021!
- A Few Good MenEvent Date TBDWhite Box Live Arts
The American History Theater is dedicated to providing education through historical theater and creatively educating the public about and helping to heal veterans’ issues. We seek to provide information, inspiration, advocacy and healing through our continuing Mission to educate and raise social awareness through the arts.