In partnership with Fathers Incorporated, Synchronicity Theatre presents a screening of Spit’in Anger, a documentary film by Kenneth Braswell.
Kenneth Braswell - Executive Director | Black Rose MediaWorks - Co-Producer
Janks Morton/iYAGO Entertainment Group - Co-Producer/Editor
Brathwaite Studios - Cinematography
June 4, 2021 at 8:00 PM - "In the Theatre"
The more anger towards the past you carry in your heart, the less capable you are of loving in the present. All people, regardless of age, gender, race or economics experience anger at times. Feeling or being angry isn’t “bad.”
Anger is an emotion, but how we express it can have major consequences for our families, communities, our entire society, and ourselves. The Spit’in Anger Documentary and the accompanying workbook addresses the underlying issue of anger that resides in black men and boys as a result of not having a nurturing relationship with their fathers. Event is free, but donations will be collected in support of Fathers Incorporated Daddy Diaper Drive and Real Dads Read campaign.
In partnership with Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated®, Tau Epsilon Omega Chapter, and Fathers Incorporated, Synchronicity Theatre presents our next Toni Talk - Black Fathers: Then to Now.
June 12, 2021 at 3:00 PM - "On the Screen"
In this third installment of our Toni Talk series, we will explore the portrayal of black fatherhood. Synchronicity actors will perform short scenes from Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye, followed by a presentation and interactive discussion with Fathers Incorporated founder, Kenneth Braswell. Bring your dads, your husbands, and your sons and engage in this powerful discussion about healthy father involvement within the black community. Presented "On the Screen," via Zoom.
Produced as part of a year-long exploration of themes from Toni Morrison’s work, culminating with Synchronicity’s live theatre production of THE BLUEST EYE in Fall 2021.