Paperboy Prince of the Suburbs presents the “White Black History Play” a play about black history acted out by white people…so basically the black ppl are played by white ppl and the white ppl are played by black people….This is an attempt to get white people to learn that black history is american history..its something we all have to learn by any means necessary. Tickets available below
HI! This is an original play and musical written by award winning artist Paperboy Prince of the Suburbs. He is an african american playwright and wanted to tell the stories of great people in his community. He decided for this Black history month all of the Black figures would be played by white people and all the white people would be played by black people.
This is a play that follows Donald Trump (Played by a black guy) through black history and teaches him the importance of loving and learning about all people. He is guideded by Kanye West through Black History and meets great figures like Malcolm X, Mansa Musa, and Harriet Tubman (played by white people) to name a few! Will he make it back home? will he learn about the past and to love others?
There will be performances, a musical, a discussion and drinks for all to buy! Our performers will include awesome artists and musicians.
Paperboy Prince of the Suburbs releases Fairy Godmother because we all need a Fairy Godmother watching our back. Stream it below! Buy it on Itunes and Google Play! Stream it on Apple music! Coming to Spotify and Tidal soon
buy the album on itunes! Click this photo to head to the streaming page
buy on google play! click the photo here to head to their store!
Paperboy Prince of the Suburbs performs at the National Museum of African American History and Culture’s Grand Opening this Saturday Sept 24 at 10am ish. Find him and Friends outside and spreading love under the theme “The Future of Black History” for updates and to find out exactly where he will be in real time, Follow the Facebook event page linked below
Peep the facebook link for updates on the exact location here
heres Papers video ‘Jackie Robinson’ along with the theme of Black History