Puget Sound English Department

November 24, 2009


Filed under: Activities off Campus,Theater — O. @ 1:40 am

One of several great traditions in Seattle’s theater “scene” is the annual production of Langston Hughes’s Black Nativity, a gospel song-play. It is about to open again at the Intiman Theater–specifically on December 1.  It is a production with wide appeal, and it blends professional actors, singers, musicians, and dancers with community performers in a distinctive if not unique ways.   If you haven’t experienced Black Nativity in Seattle or elsewhere, do yourself a favor and go see it–and no, you need be of the Christian faith to enjoy it. Here is a link:


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