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The Green Book

Learn about the author Calvin Ramsey

 

FEB 17 – 19, 2017

Location

RMT Cabaret Theatre    Venue Details

Showtimes

Fri-Sat, 7:30 pm

Sun, 2:00 pm

Rating

PG

 

In partnership with

Birmingham Civil Rights Institute

Birmingham Holocaust Education Center

 

Ticket prices start at $15

 

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About the Show

 

2016-17 Season   View All Productions

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Presented By

Steve Callaway & Keith Pennington

Dr. Selwyn Vickers

Wells Fargo

 

 

Directors

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Keith Cromwell

Director

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Kyra Wharton

Assistant Director

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Chalethia Williams

Barbara Davis

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Neena Davis

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Cameron White

Keith Chenault

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Nick Crawford

Jacob Lansky

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Henry Mims

Captain George Smith

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Caprenia Anthony

Jackie Smith

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About the Show

During the days of Jim Crow laws and segregation, an African American’s travel across the country was extremely difficult. The Negro Motorist Green Book, published from 1936-1966, was a resource for travelers which identified safe places for African Americans to eat, purchase gas, spend the night, and access other services in foreign towns. The play, a work of historical fiction, explores the injustices faced during this critical period of U.S. history. It takes a fascinating twist as a Jewish concentration camp survivor encounters a salesman for The Green Book while passing through town on his way to honor the African American veteran who saved his life.

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