In recognition of Juneteenth we present One show. One goal. One Message.
From the mind of poet and educator Jahman Hill, Black Enough, a one-man show, is a time-bending reimagining of the world around us. Hill takes us on an exciting journey through song, dance, poetry and humor. Tackling topics of childhood, race, gender, and more, Hill challenges us to flourish unabashedly and unapologetically. The message for Black people everywhere is simple: you are enough. Keeping with the theme of freedom and celebrating blackness, Hill’s concept of “the Flourish” is built around the idea that there is an inherent awesomeness about Black people. Their race does not limit them, rather it is a site for infinite possibility. There is no need to prove yourself “Black Enough,” you are born enough, you are born limitless, and you are born Black. We fully realize our flourish as we grow and understand that we have nothing to prove, we are “magnificently melanated elevated majesties.” Join us for an evening of theater, an artist talk and a chance to leave inspired.