THE MARCH is an uplifting new American opera project exploring the personal and
political circumstances surrounding the 1963 March on Washington.
“From Whence We Have Come” – THE MARCH salutes the heroes of the civil rights movement
Promo for Prelude to a Dream Mass Meeting Performance in Washington, D.C.
Prelude to a Dream in Washington, D.C. on the eve of the 50th Anniversary of The March on Washington
”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.
“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
Librettist ALAN MARSHALL profiled in Jet Magazine – Click 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 MOVEMENTS” FEATURING JOEL HALL DANCERS & THE MARCH