Sunny Productions LLC and Museum of Tolerance invite you to a virtual Staged Reading, World Premier of the one act play

Written by Sonia Levitin Based on the novel by Clayton Bess Co-produced and Directed by Clent Bowers

Sunday, March 14, 2021 4 PM PT


Set in Liberia in the 1960’s, STORY FOR A BLACK NIGHT is a tale for our own time. Evil comes to the small African village in the form of small pox, catapulting everyone into reactions: betrayal, blame, faith and ultimately great sacrifice and love.

Clent Bowers, known for his acting, singing and directing, creates a sensitive portrayal of people caught in a crisis that seems to have no resolution. Each person must find their own way to redemption and forgiveness.

The show features original music by David Kates,
Musical Director of Steven S. Wise Temple

The cast includes Clent Bowers (narrator), David Hopkins,
Dionne Lea Williams, Paula Franklin, Vicki Lynn Reynolds,
Marilyn Sue Perry and Tina Fabrique

Q & A moderated by Liebe Geft, Director of the Museum of Tolerance with playwright Sonia Levitin, Co-producer and Director Clent Bowers, and from the cast, Dionne Lea Williams.


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