MOTON! - A Moment Of Crisis
- By Dyann Robinson
The true story of how, while facing the wrath of the Ku Klux Klan, and the Tuskegee white community, Dr. Robert Russa Moton, the 2nd President of then, Tuskegee Institute, along with Dr. John A. Kenney and others, worked with the Federal government, to establish the Veterans Administration Hospital for Negroes in Tuskegee, Alabama, in 1923.
Tickets: $20 for adults
$10 for students
Seating is limited.
Advanced ticket purchase is advised.
February 27 & 28, 7:00 p.m.
March 1, 7:00 p.m.
March 2, 2:00 p.m. (Sold Out)
There is a $2 convenience fee for online payments
At the Jessie Clinton Arts Centre,
201 South Main Street, Tuskegee, AL
Tuskegee Repertory Theatre Welcomes You!
Tuskegee Repertory Theatre, Inc. creates and produces works about the culture of African Americans, but that cannot be expressed without reflecting the life and culture of the people of other races, with whom African Americans share their space on earth. The Repertory Theatre therefore welcomes the members of all racial and ethnic groups to be a part of Tuskegee Repertory Theatre, Inc. as performing and creative artists, and as audience members.
Tuskegee Repertory Theatre, Inc. is indeed, Alabama's African American Theatre, striving to serve its Tuskegee community, and indeed the whole State of Alabama. The goal is to not only draw audiences from the immediate and surrounding communities, but to draw increasingly, more of the thousands of tourists who visit Tuskegee 's two Historic Sites annually to TRT. Inc. productions that reflect the history depicted at the Historic Sites, as well as a broad picture of African American culture and history.
Tuskegee Repertory Theatre, Inc. aims to make Tuskegee a center for the performing arts, and consequently, a vehicle for the cultural and economic enrichment of the Tuskegee community.