Featuring Richard Bradford
Feb 8 - Feb 10, 2019
Murdered by Chicago police at 21 as he lay by his pregnant lover, visionary Black Panther Fred Hampton preached a humane, compassionate revolution against racist brutality, child hunger, poverty, and capitalism. His critical voice for justice comes alive again in Rich Bradford’s play about change, love, and legacy.
Following the performance on February 8, there will be a presentation and talkback by Bobby Seale, co-founder of the Black Panther Party. A limited number of community tickets are available upon request for this performance.
This show contains adult language and themes.