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  • Center Theater @ Seattle Center 305 Harrison Street Seattle, WA, 98109 United States (map)


It's time to have a conversation that matters.

UNAPOLOGETICALLY BLACK; Voices of the Black Experience

Join the Allegory Storytellers as they dive deep into the experiences that have shaped their lives. The soul laid bare. This production, produced by Washington native, Julie Smith, is a collection of carefully curated true stories of how everyday black Americans have triumphed over some of lifes most difficult situations.

Told by those who have lived through them, each profound, introspective & soul stirring story details the journey of how they walked through fire and came out alive.

This journey of self discovery amasses topics including raising biracial children, the emotional discovery of race as a personal truth, surviving gun violence and how race impacts crime investigations, religion, sexual orientation, the impact of severe addiction and so much more.

Each evening promises to be a candid glimpse into common hardships no one wants to talk about but that we all need to hear about. Through these stories, we will find connection to those around us and learn how to do more than survive difficult circumstances and THRIVE despite them!

Storytellers for this event to be announced July 2018

Select evenings will include a talk back with select Storytellers.

** Due to the content, this event is not appropriate for persons under 16 years of age. Please use discretion if purchasing tickets for anyone under the age of 18.