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THE MARCH is an uplifting American Arts Project that dramatizes the

impact and legacy of the civil rights movement era through theater, opera and dance.

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Praise for Civil Rights Arts Project

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“A Generation has arisen…”  - The Civil Rights Arts Project


“…why we march” 6.0

[Coming Soon] - Marilyn & Jack - A New Play by Alan Marshall

Wendy, Sam & Cynthia of Freedom Summer

COMING SOON: Freedom Summer in Washington, D.C. on July, 19, 2014


 Empowering Children to Change the WorldThe Birmingham Children’s March 

Highlights of Alan Marshall’s Freedom Summer

Wendy’s Song – Alan Marshall’s Freedom Summer

“Our Own Personal Peace Corps” – Alan Marshall’s Freedom Summer

“Rita Schwerner” – Alan Marshall’s Freedom Summer

Alan Marshall’s Freedom Summer – The Official Promo

Meet the cast of Freedom Summer - A New Mass Meeting Event

“This Little Light of Mine” – Cast of Freedom Summer

 2013: The Year of THE MARCH Civil Rights Arts Project

The Interview: JFK – “In Lincoln’s Shadow”

Now being performed  in schools: The Birmingham Children’s March

The Birmingham Childrens March Artwork reduced

Coming in 2014: FREEDOM SUMMER: A New Mass Meeting Event by Alan Marshall

Freedom Summer Artwork Reduced

January 19, 2014: Prelude to a Dream at North Park Covenant Church in Chicago

Prelude to a Dream Invite - North Park Covenant Church

“Be President Now Jack” – THE INTERVIEW: JFK - A new play by Alan Marshall


THE INTERVIEW: JFK - A new play by Alan Marshall

“A Perfect Failure” – Behind the scenes of THE INTERVIEW: JFK – A new play by Alan Marshall

 “The Path to Peace”THE INTERVIEW: JFK 

THE INTERVIEW: JFK – A new play by Alan Marshall

This Little Light of OursPrelude to a Dream in Washington, D.C.


Prelude to a Dream performance on steps of the Lincoln Memorial!

A Tribute to Joyce Ladner of the SNCC Legacy Project

Prelude to a Dream cast at the March on Washington


Highlights: Prelude to a Dream presented by the Goodman Theatre


Alan Marshall delivers “I Have a Dream” in Prelude to a Dream Mass Meeting

                                The Goodman Theatre presents Prelude to a Dream Mass Meetingin Chicago


Prelude to a Dream Invite at Enon and Metropolitan

                       

                                Highlights of “Prelude to a Dream” from 7/14/13 workshop performance in Chicago


          Order your tickets for our “Postlude to a Dream” Benefit Gala by clicking HERE or on the image below.

Postlude to a Dream Gala Invitation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                        Promo for Prelude to a Dream Mass Meeting Performance in Washington, D.C.

                              “Heart and Soul” – Rehearsal footage from Prelude to a Dream Mass Meeting

Behind the Scenes of  Prelude to a Dream – “What’s it like to work with Director Alan Marshall?”

                                                                                “why we march” 3.0


                                                Our Mass Meetings = Theater + Revival + Family Reunion

                                            Behind the Scenes of “Shades of Mississippi” Mass Meeting 3.0

                                                  Highlights of “Shades of Mississippi” Mass Meeting 3.0

                                                Destiny Strothers in “Shades of Mississippi” Mass Meeting

                          It Is Well With My Soul – Highlights from “Shades of Mississippi” Mass Meeting 3.0

                                   Introducing D.S. Jones – Composer of THE MARCH: A Civil Rights Opera

“Shades of Mississippi” Mass Meeting 3.0 was a Triumph! Click on image below to view photos from this historic event.

                     Honoring Living Civil Rights Heroes at “Shades of Mississippi” Mass Meeting 3.0

                                   “Amazing Grace” – A Tribute to Christ the Mediator Lutheran Church


       From Jackson, Mississippi to Chicago –  “Shades of Mississippi” (Mass Meeting 3.0) on March 17th, 2013


                 THE MARCH presents “Shades of Mississippi” (Mass Meeting 3.0) on March 17th in Chicago

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Librettist ALAN MARSHALL profiled in Jet MagazineClick  HERE  or on image below to read it.

                                      “Using Art to Transform Lives & Communities” – Librettist Alan Marshall

                                                                           “THE MARCH in 81 Seconds”

THE MARCH: A Civil Rights Opera featuring jazz rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner” by Brandford Marsalis

The Year of THE MARCH: A Civil Rights Opera

                                             ABC Channel 7 Profile of THE MARCH: A Civil Rights Opera

                             “CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENTSFEATURING JOEL HALL DANCERS & THE MARCH

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