In celebration of Black History Month, Flushing Town Hall presents a Black History Trilogy, a three-part virtual series featuring outstanding Broadway performers showcasing the music and speeches of influential African American artists, scholars and leaders.
The series kick off with Alton Fitzgerald White in “John Lewis: A Pioneer for Justice” on Friday, February 5 at 7pm. It will be followed on February 18 at 7pm with a presentation of “Divine Sass: A Tribute to the Music, Life, and Legacy of Sarah Vaughan,” featuring Tony Award-winning actress Lillias White, who also wrote and conceived the show.
Finally, on February 26 at 7pm, the series concludes with “André De Shields is Frederick Douglass: Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory,” in which the Tony Award-winning star explores the life and achievements of the great emancipator Frederick Douglass.
All shows are free, although donations are welcome. For more information, visit www.flushingtownhall.org.