White Privilege-Christ on Capitol Hill Lutheran Church

  • Sat, Nov 6, 2021 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
  • Christ on Capitol Hill

    105 University Avenue West, Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55103

Ticket Price $20.00 This event is now over

Chain Reaction Theatre Project’s production, “White Privilege,” written by Malaina Moore, and directed by Justin Cervantes, will be presented in venues throughout the Twin Cities metro October 22-November 7, 2021. 

Performed in a series of vignettes by both White and Black actors, the show engages and informs with genuine passion and compassion, and helps the audience to understand how and why white privilege exists. The show, which is performed in two acts with one intermission, engages and informs the audience with genuine passion and compassion. It helps the audience to understand that white privilege exists: this is not a commentary that is ‘anti-white,’ but rather a commentary on how people perceive each other.”

Age recommendation: Recommended for ages 13+ due to strong subject matter and some mild profanity.

Covid Protocol: All actors and crew are fully vaccinated. Audience members must show proof that they are fully vaccinated or that they have received a negative test result in the past 72 hours. Audience members and crew must wear masks regardless of vaccination status. We will be closely monitoring and adhering to CDC guidelines as well as that of individual venues, and will continue to post current requirements on our website at chainreactiontp.com.

ACCESSIBILITY: All venues are ADA compliant. ASL interpretation and audio description will be provided upon request with a minimum of two weeks notice. Please contact us with any questions, special accommodations or assistance needed by emailing info@chainreactiontp.com.

Date & Time

Sat, Nov 6, 2021 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Venue Details

Christ on Capitol Hill

105 University Avenue West, Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55103

Christ on Capitol Hill
Chain Reaction Theatre Project

Chain Reaction Theatre Project ignites the human spirit by creating compelling, entertaining and socially conscious theatre, inspiring audiences, artists and communities to be more socially conscious world citizens.

Our vision is to use the powerful and entertaining art form of theatre, to create entertaining and thought-provoking works that focus on social justice issues, ranging in scope from local to global, in order to increase awareness and to inspire and encourage audiences and communities to take action.

For each production, we partner with other nonprofits whose work relates to the show’s theme. We provide resource materials at the performances as well as through social media. We also have talkback discussions after our performances. We produce a wide range of theatre including classic and contemporary texts, dramas, comedies, adaptations of existing texts as well as new works, while using a variety of performing arts mediums.