The Colored Museum: Classic play features 11 vignettes of black history

Described by director Mikell Pinkney as a “classic of Black/African-American dramatic literature and recognized nationally and internationally,” The Colored Museum will be performed in the Constans Theatre Jan. 26–28 and Feb. 2–4. Written by George C. Wolfe, this satiric parody employs a series of 11 vignettes of black history and the impact of African culture within America. Learn more.