“Justice – Find Your Voice”, Rosedale Theater, Saturday, 2/28 at 4pm
The Center for Creative Education (CCE) and Youth Arts @ The Rosendale Theatre proudly premieres a new work, “Justice – Find Your Voice” in honor of Black History Month. The show, a multimedia presentation featuring music, images and dance, has been created by CCE’s new touring performance team A.C.E. – Arts Commando Ensemble and features performers from the award winning Energy Dance Company, the Percussion Orchestra of Kingston (POOK) and SOL! (Sing Out Loud) under the direction of Bryant “Drew” Andrews, CCE Director.
Using the arts as an opportunity for youth to voice their views, feelings and experiences on social challenges that exist today, “Justice – Find Your Voice” uses a fun, energetic and multi-media approach toward providing local youth a platform to express themselves. Using performance art and imagery, the show uses various artistic disciplines to give voice to the sentiments of our young people. “Expression through the arts helps to build confidence, decision-making, social skills, creativity and critical thinking, and the freedom to find your voice”. – Bryant ‘Drew’ Andrews, CCE Director.
“It is thrilling to have this new work debut at The Rosendale Theatre for Black History Month. We strive to create experiences that are entertaining as well as educational for all ages and this brand new piece does all of this and more” said Youth Arts Director, Carrie Wykoff.
Drew Andrews shared that “Black history is American history. This piece depicts injustice against Black Americans as well as various social transgressions plaguing us today. We must understand injustice for one is injustice for all.”
Suggested Donation: $5 children/$10 Adults (proceeds to benefit the Center for Creative Education and Youth Arts @ The Rosendale Theatre). This program is sponsored by Sara McGinty Law. 415 Main Street Rosendale, NY. For more information please see www.RosendaleTheatre.org or www.cce4me.org.
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