The Negroes are Congregating

Negroes Are Congregating

The Negroes are Congregating

by Natasha Adiyana Morris


60 min

Experiential, Dramatic, Truth

Mature Audiences only



The Negroes are Congregating is a contemporary piece that sheds light on the psychological burden of internal racism within the North America Black experience delivered through a fusion of spoken word satire and soulful dialect. Audiences are interactively engaged with the fluidity of stances about what it means to be Black and proud. Bubbling. Haunting. 100% Unapologetic. Set to be presented at this year’s Black Theatre Network Conference in Memphis Tennessee and The Atlanta Black Theatre Festival.


Produced by Troy De Four; written and directed by Natasha Adiyana Morris; performed by Angaer Arop, David Delisca, and Dennis W. Langley


Bus Stop Theatre, 2203 Gottingen Street


Sunday September 2nd 12:30pm

Wednesday September 5th 6:30pm

Friday September 7th 9pm

Saturday September 8th 4pm

Sunday September 9th 2:30pm

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