Be a Witness to BLACK LIGHT, the musical performance of this moment!
Through a story inspired by the Black American Freedom Movement and Afromysticism, and songs influenced by Prince, Sade, Diana Ross, and Tina Turner, the radiant Jomama Jones will leave you spellbound.
She challenges her audiences to: illuminate the hidden reaches of our shared culture; rise up and face what is revealed; revive the belief that our dreams are possibilities; and, above all, be vigilant.
Let Jomama Jones and her luminous band restore your faith in humanity.
Presented by The Public Theater and Joe’s Pub
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