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Black Nativity in the Turpin-Lamb Theatre
 
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Contact Email:  murphyfineartscenter@morgan.edu
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THEATRE MORGAN PRESENTS
Langston Hughes'
Black Nativity
Directed by Dwight R.B. Cook

A Holiday treasure by Harlem Renaissance poet, novelist, playwright Langston Hughes.  Dubbed "The Gospel-Song Play," Black Nativity is an African American telling of the birth of Christ.  This production will present a traditional telling of the story AND an "Urban" retelling of the nativity story--relating the 'Ole' story to present-day issues.  This is a Holiday treat for the entire family to enjoy. 


                                         TICKET PRICES
                  
Adults              $20 
Groups(10+)         $15
Super Groups(25+)   $10
Seniors &           $15  
 non-MSU Students
MSU Students/Fac/Stsff  
$10 

  (2 ticket limit/Valid Faculty/Staff Bear Card req'd)
 

Purchase tickets: 
- In-person at the Murphy Fine Arts Center Ticket office;
- Ticketmaster Charge-by-phone:
**800-551-SEAT; or
- Online: via  **
Ticketmaster.com

 
Showtimes
Sunday, November 24, 2019 3:00 pm
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Sunday, November 24, 2019 7:30 pm
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