SAVE OUR KIDS LLC AND PLAYWRIGHT MALAYSIA HALLEY PRESENTS THE PREMIERE OF LEGACY, THE STAGE PLAY
COLUMBIA, S.C. (November 11, 2016) - Save Our Kids is adding a stage play to its fall calendar as a way of educating underprivileged youth of their rich heritage. Malaysia Halley, local poet, children's book author and playwright, wrote original production
“Legacy, The Stage Play” from the inspiration and historical documentary series Hidden Colors by Tariq Nasheed, author, documentary film producer, media personality. The premiere performance is scheduled for Thursday, November 17, 2016 on the Main Stage at Eau Claire High School in Columbia.
Halley’s Legacy, The Stage Play highlights the beautiful hidden legacy of black people. It is intended to teach and connect with the youth, young adults, and families through poetry, history, group economics, psychology, religion, ancient symbols, yoga, hip hop, motivation, and love. The stage play also pays tribute to music artisans Tupac, Kendrick Lamar, Lauryn Hill and Janelle Monae Wondaland.
“What caused me to write Legacy is my frustration and the social problems stemming from the African American community and what holds our children back from having prosperous futures” said Director Malaysia Halley. “What I hope to impact our community is to increase awareness to stop black on black violence, build group economics, bring awareness to natural healing and positive self-identification in youth.”
WHEN: Thursday, November 17 at 6:00 p.m., seating starts at 5:00 p.m.
WHERE: Eau Claire High School Auditorium 4800 Monticello Rd Columbia, SC 29203
TICKETS: Starting from $10-$15 for front row seating. Students receive $5 off tickets. Sponsorships start at $25 or more donation.. Vendors start at $80 After the premiere, Legacy, The Stage Play will be looking to fundraise and schedule other opportunities to perform the production in and around the south.
About Save Our Kids Save Our Kids is an educational and social organization whose mission is to assists youths with learning about the criminal justice and the educational systems. Save Our Kids’ purpose is to educate, inspire, engage and connect with youths. We engage young professionals and established leaders committed to promoting human rights, diversity and active citizenship—in their own communities. For more information about Save Our Kids, visit our website