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White Nights, Black Paradise

A riveting story of complicity and resistance; loyalty and betrayal; black struggle and black sacrifice told through the voices of Black women.
white nights

In 1978, People's Temple, a progressive, Black multiracial church, self-destructed in a Guyana settlement named after its leader, the Reverend Jim Jones. A riveting story of complicity and resistance; loyalty and betrayal; black struggle and black sacrifice told through the voices of Black women.

Written by Sikivu Hutchinson
Directed by William White

Fri, Nov 30 – Sun, Dec 02
Fri, Sat 8pm
Sunday 3pm
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$25 Fri, Sat
$15 Sunday matinee

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Running time: 120 minutes.
There will be an intermission.
Theatre parking available

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Hudson Mainstage Theatre
6539 Santa Monica Blvd
Hollywood, CA 90038
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"A compelling piece of historical fiction that will grip you until the very end. Valuable for anyone interested in the intertwined histories of religion, the left, and the African-American Freedom Struggle in this country, one providing important insights for anyone concerned for the future of the progressive movement in America." --L.A. Progressive

"Provocative and eye-opening...Captures a dark moment in time and gives a voice to the Black women whose heart-wrenching stories were lost amidst tragedy." --The Feminist Wire

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