Poetic Healing Showcase:
The Black Underground Theatre and Arts Association
Saturday October 9 at 8:00 pm
A Department of Theater Student Project
The Moore Theater
Free; tickets required, available via the Hop Box Office
Founded in 1973 by the trailblazing theatre artist Lorna Hill '73, the Black Underground Theater and Arts Association is a student-run organization that seeks to provide an outlet of expression for underrepresented voices in the Dartmouth Community. BUTA members take the Moore stage this fall to showcase Black poetry, prose, and creativity. Come for the poems and stay for the vibes.
CHARA LYONS '23 producer
AGNES UGOJI '22 producer
MIKALA UTER '23 producer
ALISYA REZA '22 stage manager
Armond Dorsey GR
Queen Eche '24
Chara Lyons '23
Ian Scott '24
Rothschild Toussaint '23
Agnes Ugoji '22
Mikala Uter '23
and others... This event includes an Open Mic; come make your voice heard!
Please note: this is a free event, but due to current covid policies ticket reservations are required (click here to get your tickets!). Attendees are required to either show proof of vaccination or negative covid test via the bindle app, OR they will need to present their Dartmouth ID upon arrival at the theater. Details about Hopkins Center Health & Safety policies are available HERE.
Email the producers of the Black Underground Theatre and Arts Association's Poetic Healing Showcase Chara Lyons '22, Agnes Ugoji '22, and Mikala Uter '23 HERE with questions about this performance.