About this Event
2201 Argonne Dr, Baltimore, MD 21218https://youtu.be/q9F1cxkKXAA
20/02 - A Joint Production Between Towson U. Dept. of Theatre and Theatre Morgan
20/02 (Twenty O' Two) by Chloe and Kaylah Harvey, directed by Rueben Del Valle, Jr.
follows Chloe and Kaylah Harvey in 2020 as they piece together a portrait of their father
who died suddenly in 2002 in the midst of his plan to promote a flag celebrating African-Americans. By bridging the past and present through videos and interviews with family members, Chloe and Kavlah discover a man whose unexpected death left a hole in their family and ruptured a plan to uplift African-American communities in Baltimore and beyond. Their discovery proposes new beginnings if they and their family can find a way to mend the past and take up the flag for tomorrow
March 9 & 10 at 7:30pm
Morgan State University
The Murphy Fine Arts Center's Turpin-Lamb Theatre
2201 Argonne Drive, Balto. MD 21218
- Gen. Admission - $20
- Seniors, MSU Alumni/Military & First Responders w/ID, Advanced Group 10+ -$15
- Students, Advanced Group 20+ -$10
Buy 2 (Gen. Admission)- $35
MSU students, faculty & staff w/Bear card -FREE
(no surcharge- box office)
The Murphy Fine Arts Center Box Office (443) 885-4440
University Student Center Box Office (443) 885-1522
Online: Ticketmaster .com
A Little History
In 1990 Tonya lvory, a graduate of Morgan State University, and Carl David Harvey, a graduate of Coppin State University, and later, Morgan, married. While at a banquet, the couple noticed that during the singing of the National Black Anthem, there was no focal point on which to gaze as there is with the National Anthem and the U.S. flag. Soon after the event, the Harvey African American flag was conceived. The story is chronicled in the play 20/02 by the creator's daughters.
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