BoHo Theatre's The Pursuit of Happiness is a virtual, streaming cabaret that showcases the relationships that BIPOC (Black, Indigenous & people of color) artists of color have with freedom through song, stories, and artistic expression. Whether you have been given permission to be free or you fight for freedom every waking moment, everyone has a unique perspective on this subject.
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Windy City Times - Recommended
"...That same isolation mandates solitary entertainers overcoming spartan recording-booth acoustics, bare-bones instrumentals and the occasional missed note, but by the time esteemed artist/activist Marguerite Mariama exhorts us in a rousing triple-lyric finale to "Stand up! Stand up!" we are as cognizant as we are appreciative of the talent and industry-don't forget BoHo director/curator Sana Selemon. accompanist Nick Graffagna and video editors Tony Churchill and Charles Riffenburg-going into the assembly of this contemplation on a privilege too often taken for granted."
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