directed by Jason Zeldes
USA, 2015, English, 93 minutes

Saturday, April 2, 2016, 4:15 PM — High Museum, Hill Auditorium

Richmond, California native Donté Clark is sick of the violence that has plagued his neighborhood for decades. Armed only with the power of poetry and theater, he inspires his community by creating a platform for the youth to express themselves. Together they perform an emotionally powerful play based loosely on Romeo and Juliet with a modern twist that illustrates the tragedy of their struggle. —Rashid Nellons

Donté Clark, D'Neise Robinson and Producer Michael Klein scheduled to attend.

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