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The Burning Truth Project - Livestream
The Burning Truth Project - Livestream

The Burning Truth Project - Livestream

Join us for a live-streamed performance of The Burning Truth Project on Friday, June 3rd at 6:30pm Central Standard Time

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Jun 03, 2022, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM CDT

The Burning Truth Project - Livestream


The Burning Truth Project is a 90-minute performance that weaves together songs and story with a space to share and reflect some of the many thoughts, lessons and feelings we have been holding as a community since summer of 2020. We invite you to join us as we once again share what we have discussed and discovered together, in the Burning Truth Project. Presented as a part of Pangea World Theater's "Another World is Possible: Pangea Artists Envision" series.

The first Burning Truth Project — a cabaret inspired evening of story and song — was originally presented in the summer of 2020 with a focus on responding to the murder of George Floyd and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. This summer, we are re-mounting Burning Truth Project to continue this musical conversation and response to the events and circumstances in our city and around the globe. We still have truths burning within us, waiting to be expressed.

Created and performed by vocalists Andrina Brogden, Katia Cardenas and Sarah M. Greer. Accompaniment by Theo Brown on keys, Miguel Hurtado on drums, and Nii Mensah on bass. Original artwork by Jordan M. Hamilton.

Many thanks to our collaborators: Pangea World Theater (whose Another World is Possible series sparked the first iteration of BPT), Eastside Freedom Library, and Walker|West Music Academy.

Join us for this livestream performance on Friday, June 3rd 6:30pm CDT (Find your local viewing time here). Please RSVP for the link to watch.

Donations appreciated and accepted at checkout. You can also make a gift directly through Pangea World Theater, with a dedication to "Burning Truth Project".


This activity is funded, in part, by an appropriation from the MN State Legislature with money from the State’s general fund.

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