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Black Repertory Group Theater
At Fairview St. 3201 Adeline St Berkeley, CA 94704
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20 events
14 reviews
2 stars
Ate at The Fat Fish a few doors from the theater. Very good fish and chips!
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2 reviews
2 stars
It's 1/4 mile from BART Ashby exit.
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"Tituba" and "Nat"
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4.6 average rating
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50 events
30 reviews
17 stars
attended Mar 24 2013

I had never been to the Black Repertory Group theater before and was pleasantly surprised at the very nice theater. The two solo performance pieces were very good, both about black people during slavery who fought back against oppression. No...continued

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10 reviews
3 stars
attended Feb 21 2013

2 great monologues about 2 very different slaves. very well acted and informtive. would highly recommend. it should be shown to highschoolers. thank you!

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4 reviews
5 stars
attended Feb 22 2013

I thought both performances were great!! and i felt the Q & A after the performances was very informative.

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About the Ticket Supplier: Black Repertory Group

The Black Repertory Group’s commitment to the arts and the community is the cornerstone of our background and the basis for our beginning. Our primary mission is to be the breeding ground for successful and talented artists in a variety of genres with respect to the arts. Our focus is on providing the direction and educational structures needed to enhance their skills; and a venue that affords new talent to be showcased and critiqued by local critics and peers. We are equally committed to bringing leadership and commitment to the youth of our community. Young people and the youth workshops have always been at the heart of the Theater’s mission. We offer a variety of community outreach programs designed to introduce, educate, mentor and elevate a young person’s skills in the arts. The BRG speaks to local high schools and provides on-the-job training and internships to local youth interested in theater arts.