The Juice Play Cycle

Nequa (Brittney Bickhan) and Paul (Leon Hall).
Nequa (Brittney Bickhan) and Paul (Leon Hall).

Wednesday, February 4 at 7 p.m. The Lucas Theater, 32 Abercorn St. Savannah, GA 31401 USA. Presented by JRep as Part of the 20th Anniversary Celebration of the Black Heritage Festival

The three play evening of entertainment, written and directed by Ja A. Jahannes, includes the musical play “Juice” and the two sequels “From Young Black Men Who’d Never Consider Suicide” and “Sisters Going Through.” “Juice “is a reality play about sex and sensibilities. “From Young Black Men Who’d Never Consider Suicide” is a psychodrama, with music and dance, about the complexities confronting young African American men and their incredible commitment to life despite the odds against them. “Sisters Going Through” is a drama with music and dance about how African American women find the strength to overcome through their shared experiences.

The trilogy is presented as a part of the 20th Anniversary of the Black Heritage Festival and sponsored by the “Get In The Know” HIV/AIDS/Substance Abuse and Hepatitis Awareness Project at Savannah State University. It is recommended for adults, and youth 15 and older, unless accompanied by an adult. Adult language, adult content. This show is free and open to the public.

The Juice Triology provides the audience with knowledge and attitudes about the devastating virus and disease, HIV and AIDS. These urban plays, while entertaining as drama, provide information on the transmission, testing for, and treatment of HIV and AIDS, and explain the difference between the virus (HIV) and the disease (AIDS).

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