One Voice

A Black History Narrative

 

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Watch over 180 years of Black American history come alive, one voice at a time. “One Voice: A Black History Narrative” is a performance designed to go beyond a brief historical or political narrative. In this one-man show, JDew uses the real words and works of several significant Black history figures from as early as the 1850s along with video vignettes of interviews with influential Black leaders from the 21st century to give an impactful, informative, and transformative experience to every audience.

One Voice

A Black History Narrative

 

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“I know that he takes what he does seriously, I knew he’d do an excellent job.”

Bryce Pegram, History teacher at Inter-City Baptist School, MI

“Sometimes you listen to a concert or you watch a show, and you’re very moved by it, but others aren’t, and that was not the case.” “It was really powerful.”

Chelsea Frasier, Director of Program Operations at First Presbyterian Church, SC

“He was incredible, just incredible.”

Jenny Cromartie, Humanities teacher at Rivendell School, VA

“It was riveting, actually, watching him in character.”

Cheryl Booker-Malcolm, principal of Takoma Academy Preparatory School, MD

“It was really such a great presentation and very moving, and I thought it’s good for everybody.”

Reba Hervas, president of Overshadowed Theatrical Productions, IL

“The speeches are incredible.”

Bryce Pegram, History teacher at Inter-City Baptist School, MI

“I’ve seen his show, I’m very familiar with what he does and what he’s done before, and I’m personally a fan."

Chelsea Frasier, Director of Program Operations at First Presbyterian Church, SC

“Not only was his presentation of Martin Luther King breathtaking, but then he came back out and entertained the crowd with questions. He just connected so well with the student body, and I would have liked much more than we had time for.”

Jenny Cromartie, Humanities teacher at Rivendell School, VA

“It was really riveting to watch him take on that character and to express the thoughts and feelings of the character.”

Cheryl Booker-Malcolm, principal of Takoma Academy Preparatory School, MD

The people who were here all loved it. Everybody who saw it was moved.”

Reba Hervas, president of Overshadowed Theatrical Productions, IL

“For the students, I know those vignettes especially have been incredible.”

Bryce Pegram, History teacher at Inter-City Baptist School, MI

“I just think he is absolutely remarkable, and I would love for more people to find out about him.”

Jenny Cromartie, Humanities teacher at Rivendell School, VA

“Being able to know how to engage your audience is important, but I thought he did a good job of doing that and keeping the kids engrossed in what he was doing.”

Cheryl Booker-Malcolm, principal of Takoma Academy Preparatory School, MD

“It is a Black history perspective. He does not try to politicize it, he does not try to persuade you, he just takes you on a journey that is so eye-opening and gives you a different perspective.”

Reba Hervas, president of Overshadowed Theatrical Productions, IL

“From a history teacher’s perspective, he’s done a great job."

Bryce Pegram, History teacher at Inter-City Baptist School, MI

“He just gives brilliant, thought-provoking answers–I think personally the Q&A is equally as inspiring as the presentation because he does it so well.”

Reba Hervas, president of Overshadowed Theatrical Productions, IL

“The kids have really enjoyed it–I think grown as well as a result of it.”

Bryce Pegram, History teacher at Inter-City Baptist School, MI

“That’s the reason I think it’s so important to keep doing what he’s doing, because there’s a lesson of grace for all of us.”

Reba Hervas, president of Overshadowed Theatrical Productions, IL