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DC Public Library Thanks Liberated Arts Group for 2012 Black History Month Presentations of “In Her Words”

On Saturday, Feb. 18, the cast of “In Her Words” presented an encore performance for the DC Public Library system at the Capitol View branch located in South East DC. The performance was opened by acclaimed singer/musician Lea who performed three songs, including the Black National Anthem, “Lift Ev’ry Voice & Sing”.

Singer/Musician Lea

The 2012 Black History Month tour of “In Her Words” ended on a high note, after debuting at the MLK branch of the DC Public Library system and a performance at the United States Peace Corps Headquarters located in Washington DC.

The branch manager of the Capitol View library, Mr. Paul Mills, reported that,

As manager of the Capitol View Neighborhood Library, I write to thank you and your production company, Liberated Muse Arts, for the presentation of “In Her Words”  On a scale of 1 to 5 (1 = poor; 2 = average; 3 = satisfactory; 4 = excellent; 5 = outstanding), 94% rated the presentation a “5” …The statements of customers clearly revealed their appreciation of the production.  In one word, they frequently described the performance as “great,” “exceptional,” “inspirational,” “excellent,” and “beautiful.”    Several attendees connected the  informative content with the significance of the women and their times, pointing out that your format presented a remarkable “history lesson.” 

Colie Williams (left) as Lucille Clifton dialogues with college student “Cass”, played by Naomi Rose

Thank you to all of those who attended our 2012 Black History Month tour of “In Her Words”. For more information on booking this performance for your organization, visit here. Visit our gallery for pictures and videos from each show.

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