Can I Speak For You Brother plays Martin Luther King, Jr. School Assemblies
"Arts & Social Messages" episode of the ARTS ALIVE arts education National TV series uses Can I Speak For You Brother? scenes to show middle school students how drama can be used to explore a social message
Black History Month School Assembly Experience
This program has performed internationally plus at least twice in every United State during nearly thirty-four (34) years of touring.
With more than a half century experience, its TONY award winning performer has earned two (2) theatrical master's degrees and worked on more than three hundred (300) films, video productions & live performances.
PBS-TV's Arts Alive series
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click image left to view VIDEO of Can I Speak For You Brother? school assemblies encouraging the State of New Hampshire to celebrate the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Holiday
In addition to assembly performance(s), available are teacher in-service presentations, class visits, workshops, etc. Select activities are listed on the right:
SLAVE SHIP ~ a fun filled re-enactment
SIT-IN ~ a mock protest activity
THEATRICAL STORY TELLING
CALL & RESPONSE SINGING
HOKEY POKEY DANCE ~ practice your left from your right
Click image left for newspaper article report of ...Brother's most popular school assembly workshop - BODY LANGUAGE
Black History Play
"Seven Black Leaders in One"