On August 18th, 19th and 20th, a group of eleven Durham high school students will put on the second annual Bull City Dignity Project, supported by Kenan Institute for Ethics, a documentary theater project based on the lives of Durham’s community members. Over the course of the summer, the cast members compile interviews with Durham residents from across multiple communities and generations, and explore the forces that shape the city’s ever-changing landscape, history of inequality, and unique culture. From stories of health inequality in the “City of Medicine” to an exploration of policing and restorative justice, join us for an evening of story-sharing, community and a celebration of the young voices in Durham. Tickets are pay-as-you-please but must be reserved. Proceeds will benefit future documentary projects.
Thursday, August 18 and Friday, August 19, 6:30PM
Hayti Heritage Center
804 Old Fayetteville St, Durham, NC 27701
Saturday, August 20, 6:30PM
Durham Arts Council’s PSI Theater
120 Morris Street, Durham, NC 27701