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Theo Hodge, Jr. M.D.
 
Win Tickets to See "The Fall"
 
October 11 – October 24, 2018
 
the fall



Two lucky Port Of Harlem readers and their friend can get ready to see "The Fall" at Washington’s Studio Theater for free. The progressive theater company is bringing the visiting production from South Africa. The 80-minute play tells the stories of students at the University of Cape Town during the fall of the Cecil Rhodes statue in 2015.

Eight students wrote "The Fall," as the statue of imperialist/White supremacist Cecil Rhodes was dismantled at the University of Cape Town (UCT). The play charts the students experiences as activists who brought down a statue and then grappled with decolonizing what was left standing in its wake:  the legacies of race, class, gender, history, and power 24 years after the official end of Apartheid.

Politically and deeply personal, vibrating with song, dance, and the energy of youth, "The Fall" comes to DC with the urgency of history being told as it’s created, resonating with America's debates about falling monuments, rising tuition, and appropriate ways to fight for long-promised equality.

To win a pair to tickets, you must be a Port Of Harlem subscriber as of Wednesday, October 10. Subscriptions are free. To enter the drawing, simply send us an e-mail. We will randomly select two winners (each will get a pair tickets) and send the persons an email Tuesday, October 16, 2018. The winners will have 24-hours to confirm their winning by email, along with their full name, address, and telephone number. If the winners do not confirm within 24 hours, we will select another. 

Port Of Harlem will have more drawings in the future - - including the next issue. If you are not a Port Of Harlem subscriber, sign-up for the magazine today.
 
 
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