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SPECIAL Sunday Dinner (On SAT) with BLACK BOIS Cast - February 15

Updated: Feb 17, 2020

Saturday, February 15 | 1:30-4PM

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute

(104 17th Ave S. Seattle, WA 98122) TICKETS General $20 Online or $35 At the Door Students $10 / TeenTix $5 (available at the door)

We want everyone to be able to join us at the table.

A SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER (on Saturday) with featured guests, the cast of BLACK BOIS, following their Feb 14th performance at The Moore Theatre, Seattle.

Hosted by The Living Room - Dani Tirrell, Randy Ford, and J Mase III.

Each month we are bringing the community together for food and conversation, as we celebrate some of the most inspirational Black folx in Arts and Culture. We will enjoy food catered by some of Seattle's most sought after and talented Black chefs.

The chef for this event is Taste Tutor.

Doors open at 1:30PM.

Join us at the after party, included with your ticket purchase. Feb. 15, 5-9PM.

With DJ Essex and DJ Onesies (Markeith Wiley). Dessert Bar and Cash Bar


In partnership with On the Boards and Central District Forum for Arts & Ideas February 14, 2020 | The Moore Theatre TICKETS

Enter a world where Black bodies tell their own stories. Where Black love and Black expression prevail. A world where Black stories heal, grow, and transform the lives they touch. Featuring live music, collaboration with a large cast of local artists/performers, and installations, this performance project celebrates Black bodies in space and an emotional engagement with movement. Black Bois is a love letter to Black bodies, minds, and spirits.

Artist Dani Tirrell writes, “This dance piece, created with original music by Benjamin Hunter and written word by J Mase III, is a ceremony to our ancestors, and a thanksgiving to our past, present, and future. It is a love letter to our bodies, our spirits, and our minds. This is the story of our fathers, brothers, lovers, and friends. A healing space, a space to process, a space to love, a space to create and be. We welcome you!”


Dani Tirrell creates movement pieces inspired by Dani’s queer, gender non-conforming, and black experience. Dani has danced with Jazz and Spirit Dance Theater of Detroit, Monroe Ballet Company, and Dani Tirrell Dance. Dani has performed and shown work at Black Choreographers Festival (San Francisco), Gay City Arts (Seattle), Bumbershoot: Velocity Dance Center Showcase, Showing Out: Black Contemporary Choreographers (Seattle), Young Tanz Sommer (Austria), Northwest New Works Festival: On the Boards (Seattle), Risk/Reward (Portland), Seattle Art Museum, and Erased (Color Lines Dance Ensemble) as part of Nights at the Neptune (Neptune Theatre, Seattle).


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