Fannie: The Music and Life of Fannie Lou Hamer - Dallas Theater Center
REGIONAL PREMIERE

Produced by Bishop Arts Theatre Center in collaboration with Dallas Theater Center
Written by Cheryl L. West

 

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Justice shall not be denied.

DTC Brierley Resident Acting Company member, Liz Mikel, returns to Dallas after a year performing on Broadway to play the legendary 1960’s civil rights activist, Fannie Lou Hamer in this regional premiere. Fannie: The Music and Life of Fannie Lou Hamer celebrates the woman whose courage, humor and grit reminds us that there’s courage in the face of fire, hope in tomorrow and that we all have a stake in our country. From her humble origins as the daughter of a Mississippi sharecropper, to co-founding the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party and demanding recognition at the National Democratic Convention, hers is a story of justice that will not be denied. Part theater, part revival, and all power – this one-woman show with music will have your head nodding and hands clapping from start to finish. Fannie will be produced by Bishop Arts Theatre Center (BATC)and presented in association with Dallas Theater Center.

Show Details: This production includes verbal descriptions of racially motivated violence.