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Powers New Voices Festival - Regular

April 09

Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre
Conrad Prebys Theatre Center

Photo Credits

(from left) Reanne Acasio, Carol Cabrera, and Alexandra Slade, Celebrating Community Voices at the Powers New Voices Festival, 2019. Photo by Rich Soublet II.

Powers New Voices Festival - Regular


Globe-commissioned play
By Ngozi Anyanwu
Directed by Patricia McGregor

Saturday, April 9 at 4:00 p.m.

Black love. Is it a thing? And if so…. What is it in practice? Seriously… like in real life not in movies? What does it look like Sound like, Smell like across generations Across cultures Do we really want that old thang that our parents had? And by we I mean the Blacks. What if we could explore it like any other ideation of love? What if the way we talked about Black love was just, like ……. Regular?

A line for standby seating will form 30 minutes before each performance of the Powers New Voices Festival.  Based on ticket-holder attendance, those standing in the standby line may be seated.  Seating is based on seat availability and is not guaranteed.  Latecomers with tickets are also not guaranteed admittance.

Major funding for the Powers New Voices Festival is provided by the Powers New Works Fund. The Old Globe’s New Voices Play Development Program is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. The Old Globe’s Community Voices program is supported by Subaru of El Cajon and The Ann Davies Fund for Teaching Artists.

Financial support of The Old Globe is provided by The City of San Diego. The Theodor and Audrey Geisel Fund provides leadership support for The Old Globe’s year-round activities.