This summer, The Union for Contemporary Art’s Performing Arts Collective will host its second annual Plays Out Loud! reading series, featuring works that seek to inspire meaningful conversations around issues of social justice.
Choir Boy By Tarell Alvin McCraney
Known most recently for his Oscar Award winning movie Moonlight, Tarell Alvin McCraney’s Choir Boy explores the intersections of Black masculinity, sexuality, and respectability politics as it holds a mirror to us all, calling us to do better.
Plays Out Loud is free and open to the public. All seats are currently reserved. We will have a waitlist at the door day-of-show for any no-shows.