Photo courtesy of Dr. Njoki McElroy

Freedman's Town to Botham Jean: Stories For Racial Healing is a live storytelling show featuring seven diverse Dallasites sharing their true, personal stories about racial tension in Dallas. Directed by Dr. Njoki McElroy and produced by Oral Fixation’s Nicole Stewart, this storytelling experience will provide historical context to racial tension between blacks and whites in Dallas while offering a very personal lens through which to understand what our wounds are so we may acknowledge and heal them.

The debut performance will be at Moody Performance Hall. Subsequent performances will be at various Dallas Public Library branches.

Performance schedule

  • May 21: Moody Performance Hall
  • May 25: Lochwood Public Library
  • June 1: Bachman Lake Public Library
  • June 8: Pleasant Grove Public Library
  • June 15: Hampton-Illinois Public Library
  • June 22: Fretz Park Public Library

Freedman's Town to Botham Jean: Stories For Racial Healing is a live storytelling show featuring seven diverse Dallasites sharing their true, personal stories about racial tension in Dallas. Directed by Dr. Njoki McElroy and produced by Oral Fixation’s Nicole Stewart, this storytelling experience will provide historical context to racial tension between blacks and whites in Dallas while offering a very personal lens through which to understand what our wounds are so we may acknowledge and heal them.

The debut performance will be at Moody Performance Hall. Subsequent performances will be at various Dallas Public Library branches.

Performance schedule

  • May 21: Moody Performance Hall
  • May 25: Lochwood Public Library
  • June 1: Bachman Lake Public Library
  • June 8: Pleasant Grove Public Library
  • June 15: Hampton-Illinois Public Library
  • June 22: Fretz Park Public Library

Freedman's Town to Botham Jean: Stories For Racial Healing is a live storytelling show featuring seven diverse Dallasites sharing their true, personal stories about racial tension in Dallas. Directed by Dr. Njoki McElroy and produced by Oral Fixation’s Nicole Stewart, this storytelling experience will provide historical context to racial tension between blacks and whites in Dallas while offering a very personal lens through which to understand what our wounds are so we may acknowledge and heal them.

The debut performance will be at Moody Performance Hall. Subsequent performances will be at various Dallas Public Library branches.

Performance schedule

  • May 21: Moody Performance Hall
  • May 25: Lochwood Public Library
  • June 1: Bachman Lake Public Library
  • June 8: Pleasant Grove Public Library
  • June 15: Hampton-Illinois Public Library
  • June 22: Fretz Park Public Library

WHEN

WHERE

Moody Performance Hall
2520 Flora St.
Dallas, TX 75201
http://www.oralfixationshow.com/

TICKET INFO

$10-$15 for May 21 performance; free for all other performances.
All events are subject to change due to weather or other concerns. Please check with the venue or organization to ensure an event is taking place as scheduled.