Black Poetry Theatre seeks to expand the understanding of spoken word and foster appreciation for the power of contemporary poetry by presenting it in traditional theatrical settings. BPT also seeks to raise cultural awareness through the use of performance arts as a tool of cultural expression and contribute to arts in the community.
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Black Poetry Theatre is bringing a special dramatic reading to Beyu Caffe as part of the Be Connected series. The production is called “Love Letters to My Child.” It features pieces talking to, with, or praying for our children.
“Love Letters to my Child” is a production of personal testimony and wishes for all the children of the world. Its goal is to spotlight the stories, dreams, and hopes that we have in our hearts for our children and our desire to prepare them for navigating this world.
Stay updated on our upcoming productions this season!
Come see Black Poetry Theatre present poets at the National Folk Festival in Greensboro, NC on Saturday, September 9th at 2pm and Sunday, September 10th at 4pm! They will be on the "Hear My Words" stage. Find out more by clicking HERE!