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September 9, 2019, Monday - Good Night at the Southern Theater

Time: 7:30 – 9 pm (doors open at 6:30 pm)

Location: Southern Theater, 1401 Washington Ave. S

Good Night at the Southern

The September Good Night at the Southern will offer works in three different mediums, featuring tap dancer Davon Suttles, playwright and performing artist Keila Saucedo, and filmmaker and performer Takawi Peters. The Southern is thrilled to share the work of these artists and invite you to join them at the bar starting at 6:30 for a local beer, glass of wine, pop or a snack. Davon Suttles is presenting “Melanized,” a multimedia tap dance production looking at the strength it takes to live as a person of color. Keila Saucedo is presenting their play Brujería for Beginners, which explores what it might mean to reimagine Mexican people as complex, magical and in touch with the realities of their spirituality. Takawi Peters is showing "Redefining Success," a mini documentary that highlights a single narrative from a NextGen American striving to self-define success despite familial and cultural expectations.

Tickets are Pay What You Can and are purchased online or at the door. All proceeds from this event will go to support the artists and The Southern Theater.