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We’re proud to be a producing partner of this world premiere, online theatrical experience to children and families in our community in partnership with 35+ other TYA theatres at Bay Area Children’s Theatre!

Join us for this groundbreaking online performance for families that explains what racism is, how to know it when you see and experience it, and ideas for what you can do about it.

Adapted and Directed by Khalia Davis
Lyrics by Davied Morales
Music by Justin Ellington
Based on the book by Jelani Memory, A Kids Book About Racism

Streaming nationwide for FREE on Broadway on Demand all day on August 1 and 2!

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Meet the Team of A Kids Play About RacismJuly 29, 2020

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A Kids Play About RacismJuly 15, 2020

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Together | #blacklivesmatterJune 3, 2020

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