Don’t miss the 2018 season of Black Nativity, the Black community’s Christmas gift to the world. It is without a doubt a theatrical wonderment. A joyous company of singers, actors, dancers and musicians delivers its powerful message of joy, hope, victory and liberation.

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Produced by the National Center of Afro-American Artists, Black Nativity is the joyous account of an historic event that occurred 2,000 years ago. It’s a celebration that tells the original story of the Nativity in scripture, verse, music and dance. Based on the Gospel of St. Luke, combined with the poetry of Langston Hughes, this song-play touches a special chord in the hearts of all.

This legendary Christmas event, the Black community’s Christmas gift to the world, is without a doubt a theatrical wonderment. A joyous company of singers, actors, dancers and musicians delivers its powerful message of joy, hope, victory and liberation.

Boston’s captivating production is the longest running performance of Harlem Renaissance poet Langston Hughes’ song-play in the world. The Friday December 7th opening marks its 2018 season and 48th year of 12 exhilarating performances.

TICKETS

Week 1

Friday
December 7, 8:00pm

Saturday
December 8, 3:30pm
December 8, 8:00pm

Sunday
December 9, 3:30pm

Week 3

Friday
December 21, 8:00pm

Saturday
December 22, 3:30pm
December 22, 8:00pm

Sunday
December 23, 3:30pm

Week 2

Friday
December 14, 8:00pm

Saturday
December 15, 3:30pm
December 15, 8:00pm

Sunday
December 16, 3:30pm

Purchase tickets via the Paramount Theatre website.

WORKSHOP

Children, teens and parents can learn about Langston Hughes’ powerful music-play, and discover how to become part of this cherished Boston tradition. Receive lunch and a Black Nativity gift for attending.

Monday, October 8, 2018 10 a.m. - noon
Lena Park Development Center
150 American Legion Highway

Click here it register
For more information, call:
617-442-8614

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