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In the early 1960s, America was a turbulent place and its struggles were reflected in the music of prominent African American male artists. These soul and rhythm & blues singers helped to soothe an unsettled nation through their music while simultaneously affirm a culture of its beauty, strength and the power of its voice. In Li V Mahob Productions presents "Soul Man," audiences will celebrate the soulful sounds and passionate performances of artists like Sam Cooke, Jackie Wilson, James Brown, Wilson Pickett, Sam & Dave, Otis Redding, Ray Charles and others who wove an important musical genre into this country's tapestry. Join us as we pay homage to voices that helped to define a generation and reflected the best in Black artistic excellence.
Trouble in Mind
1957. Rehearsals begin on what everyone hopes will be the Great White Way’s next big hit—a topical drama ripped from the headlines. But social norms and prejudices collide as the company of aspiring stars, hard-edged veterans and hopeful dreamers set out to make a play. At the heart of it all is Wiletta Mayer, a gifted African-American actress with the chance to finally play the lead role in a Broadway show, if she’s willing to compromise her principles. It’s a groundbreaking backstage satire of egos and attitudes and an insightful look at who we are and who we want to be. Join Agape Theatre Project for another amazing performance.