PCTC's latest virtual event is available until March 31
Peppermint Creek Theatre Company's second virtual event of their 2020 - 21 season, Let Us Breathe, featuring the voices of Lansing’s black and brown community, is available until March 31.
Peppermint Creek has partnered with the Lansing State Journal’s Storytellers Project to create an original and personal new production featuring stories of racial injustice, barely surviving COVID, the process of growing into strong black men and women, discovering the rich history of your ancestors, and many more!
PCTC is proud to be featuring personal stories from Jill Chenault, Siso Dhladhla, Tammara McCollum, Ben Hall and Elaine Hardy.
This 55 minute original film is available through March 31 on Peppermint Creek's YouTube page and is free to anyone for viewing until March 31. Check out the trailer for "Let Us Breathe" (below), and then plan to catch this powerful production before it's gone at the end of the month. "Let Us Breathe" is supported in part by the City of Lansing Arts Projects Grant Program funded by the City of Lansing with administration by the Arts Council of Greater Lansing.
Free to all on Peppermint Creek’s Youtube channel, and available for viewing until March 31. No tickets are necessary.