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Black Theater Company Premieres Virtual Productions

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Black people have always made a way in the most challenging of circumstances so it’s no surprise that a Black theater company would figure out a pandemic. The show must go on, even if in virtual form. The Speakers, Publishers & Authors Association (SPAA) will debut “The Death of A Housewife” this Friday, a virtual comedy murder mystery. SPAA will bring its murder mystery events directly to your living room via zoom for a night of comedy and mystery, performed live. Click here to get your tickets now.

The Real Housewives of Chicago gathered to tape a brand new TV show. However, before the TV show taping could get underway, disaster strikes! Pretty Ricky is found dead, surrounded by a gun, a poisoned piece of pecan bean pie, a red plastic cup (containing cough syrup and liquor), and a plate of poisoned popcorn. Although the “Housewives” were once friends, they all are now suspects in the untimely death of Pretty Ricky: the question is who killed him and why? Join The Real Housewives of Chicago and others live on air, interrogate them, view the evidence and submit your solution via a poll at the end of the production. This production is suitable for ages 13 and up. Priced at just $10 per household, it would be a crime to miss it!

Black theater is the driving force of Black expression. For centuries, the best and brightest talent has been cultivated in the Black church and also, Black theater companies. Black theater companies have always had the privilege of telling our stories and unapologetically creating content that speaks to the Black experience. SPAA captures that spirit, specializing in developing the best talent and creating original content that you won’t find anywhere else. SPAA is passionate about bringing our community the best productions and even in a pandemic, is committed to delivering a quality theatrical experience to families.

Founded in 2007, SPAA is the premiere organization nationally for Black speakers, publishers and authors. It is a nonprofit membership organization that prepares and empowers its members to change the world with their words. SPAA offers its members monthly speaking, marketing, publishing and writing workshops. SPAA members have the opportunity to not only get help with writing a book but editing, cover design and any other support needed, en route to becoming a published author. SPAA offers professional training for speakers and gives its members opportunities to host their own radio and TV shows, as well as helping to arrange other professional speaking opportunities.

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D'Juan Hopewell
D'Juan Hopewell
I care about Black Power. Period. Currently working on creating jobs and funding new startups on the South Side of Chicago and writing here and there at HopewellThought.com. Follow me @HopewellThought.
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