CHOIR BOY is a music-filled story of masculinity, tradition, coming of age, and speaking your truth, set in the gospel choir of an elite prep school for young black men. The playwright, Tarell Alvin McCraney is often referred to as the August Wilson of our time - prolific, poetic, and a great story teller.
The play is everything good theatre should be - jubilant, thoughtful, 90 minutes long, and you'll leave humming a tune!
Showtimes this weekend are at the Zeider's American Dream Theatre:
Friday the 17th at 8pm
Saturday the 18th at 2pm and 8pm
Sunday the 19th at 2pm
Showtimes for July are at the Governor's School for the Arts Dalis Blackbox Theater:
Friday the 8th at 8pm
Saturday the 9th at 2pm and 8pm
Sunday the 10th at 8pm