Advanced Search

Langston Hughes’ Black Nativity Dec. 6 at Hylton Center

The Creative and Performing Arts Center (CAPAC, Inc.) will present Hughes’ Black Nativity on Friday, Dec. 6, at 7:30 p.m. at the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas, where CAPAC is one of the founding Resident Arts Partners.

Black Nativity is a soul stirring musical production that is the signature theatrical piece of acclaimed poet Langston Hughes.

Hughes chronicles the original story of the Nativity through scripture, verse, music and dance. A jubilant company of astonishing actors, dancers, vocalists and musicians deliver a powerful message of joy, faith, hope, victory and deliverance.

Black Nativity is an inspirational performance that touches a special place in the hearts and minds of all who attend, according to a news release.

“I am so proud of the phenomenal development of CAPAC in the 17 years of our existence. Presenting the work of such a legendary writer and poet as Langston Hughes marks a tremendous milestone for us. We look forward to continuing to build relationships and partnerships that expand our capacity to deliver high quality, accessible creative programming that empowers, enhances, and inspires families in their everyday lives,” said CAPAC Founder Denise M. McPhail.

Tickets may be purchased at the Hylton Box Office (703-993-7759) or online at http://www.hyltoncenter.org For m.ore information, visit http://www.capacweb.org .

BACKGROUND CAPAC provides educational excellence, enrichment and quality entertainment through the arts while inspiring the community to participate in cultural diversity. Our mission is demonstrated through showcasing visual and performing arts; involving children, teens and adults; providing arts resources; and understanding arts enrichment. As an arts institute, CAPAC’s programs include drama, dance and art workshops, plays, poetry readings, auditions, musicals, recitals, arts festivals and more to enhance self-expression.

For more information contact Denise McPhail at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call 703-441-2479.

Link to This Article

Copy and paste the code below on your site to link to the article.

<a href="http://www.bullrunnow.com/article/article/08946">Langston Hughes’ Black Nativity Dec. 6 at Hylton Center</a>

Governor Youngkin announces additional key administration appointments

“This group of talented individuals will help me build on our Day One initiatives to restore excellence in education, make our communities safer, and open Virginia for business. We share a common vision that government should work for the people, and together we will implement an agenda that serves all Virginians,” said the Governor.

AARP urges passage of Senate Bill 376 to lower prescription drug costs in Virginia

Governor declares state of emergency in advance of winter weather expected this week

Bishop Burbidge to lead Jan. 21 March for Life in DC

Suspect charged in Jan. 17 homicide

Broadband expansion in Stafford

Suspects arrested in weekend shootings

Murder victim identified; police looking for Bristow man, 18

Dr. McDade issues letter on mask wearing at PWC Schools

Follow Us on Twitter

https://twitter.com/#!/bullrunnow
Welcome Guest! | Login