Daughter of the Struggle at the Publick Playhouse, Jun 17

Daughter of the Struggle at the Publick Playhouse, Jun 17

Daughter of the Struggle

Sunday, June 17, 2018, 4pm

Location: Prince George’s Publick Playhouse

With powerful stories and transformative songs, “Daughter Of The Struggle” is an intimate journey into the life of the legendary Dick Gregory and the family that loves him. This autobiographical performance reveals Ayanna Gregory’s multi-dimensional existence as a daughter of the Civil Rights Movement.

Ayanna chronicles important and historical events throughout her father’s life of fame and human rights activism from a daughter’s perspective. As one of 10 children, Ayanna continues her family legacy and finds her own voice as an agent of change in the world.

Tickets: $10/person. Click here.

Inside the Teseract at Prince George’s Community College, Apr 20

Inside the Teseract at Prince George’s Community College, Apr 20

Prince George’s Community College Hallam Players Present:

Inside the Teseract
An evening of storytelling inspired by Madeleine L’Engle’s A Wrinkle in Time
Directed by Peggy Yates and Risikat Okedeyi
featuring Ayanna Gregory

April 20th, 2018 at 2:00pm and 7:30pm

Location: Prince George’s Community College, Rennie Forum, Limited Seating.

Largo Student Center, Rennie Forum

The Theatre Program and PGCC Book Bridge Project collaborate on an evening of storytelling inspired by the Newberry Award winning novel and now feature film A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeleine L’Engle. The stories will be reflective of the themes in the book.

Free Performance

For More Information Call: (301) 546-0926

Daughter of the Struggle at Joe’s Movement Emporium, Mar 21

Daughter of the Struggle at Joe’s Movement Emporium, Mar 21

Location: Joe’s Movement Emporium

Friday, March 21 at 8:00pm

Free Soul Productions presents Daughter of the Struggle

An inspiring and unforgettable one woman show brought to you by Free Soul Productions starring Ayanna Gregory with special guest, comedian, civil & human rights activist, Dick Gregory followed by Q&A with the audience.

With powerful stories and transformative songs, this play is an intimate journey into the life of the legendary Dick Gregory and the family that loves him. This autobiographical performance reveals Ayanna’s multidimensional existence as a daughter of the Civil Rights Movement.

Tickets: $25 Adults, $15 Students.