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The Stockbridge Theatre is currently being utilized as an academic space for Pinkerton Academy.

All in-person live events in our Presenting Season have been suspended in response to COVID-19 but we hope you will join us for our Fall Virtual Series!

Please feel free to call the Box Office and leave a message. Thank you for your patience and understanding!

Join us for our first Virtual Series!
While it may be some time before we can welcome patrons back to the Stockbridge in person, we are so pleased to bring you this new Virtual Series featuring the same high quality performing arts you have grown to know and love seeing at the Stockbridge.
Please secure your tickets for these events through our Online Box Office for your stream access link!
Learn more at: www.virtualstockbridge.com

Rhapsody in Black

February 11 at 10:00am and 7:00pm

Written and performed by LeLand Gantt and developed at NYC’s Actors Studio by Academy Award winning actress Estelle Parsons, Rhapsody in Black is a one man show that explores LeLand’s personal journey to understand and eventually transcend racism in America. We follow his spellbinding life story — from an underprivileged childhood in the ghettos of McKeesport, Pennsylvania to teenage experiments with crime and drugs to scholastic achievement and an acting career that land adult LeLand in situations where he is virtually the only African-American in the room. How he manages to cope with the various psychological effects of consistently being marked The Other is recounted in remarkable and exquisitely moving detail, guaranteed to leave lasting impressions. Multiple elements combine to give Rhapsody its super-powered emotional punch, many of them concentrated in the incredible persona of its star. Charming, self-deprecatingly funny, linguistically awesome, LeLand Gantt imbues every word that falls from his mouth with all the passion and poignancy of a preacher speaking the Gospel. This is partly because he’s confronting heavy subjects, but mostly because he believes so firmly in his message that it’s impossible for it to emerge any other way. In his own words; “Objective truth strikes a chord.”

Tickets range from $6-$15