The Top of Bravery
By Jeremy Morris
Directed by Dr. Tawnya Pettiford-Wates
March 9th at 7 PM
Experience a unique event in Richmond history with the comedian W.C. Fields called “the funniest man I ever saw, and the saddest man I ever knew.” This original work of astonishing power based on the life of Bert Williams, beloved African American vaudeville star of stage and screen, will bring laughter, tears, and rejoicing in the joys and pains of our rich and fertile history. Starring Jeremy Morris as Bert Williams.
This show is open and free to the public.
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Grapes of Brass and Other Works
Presented by The Eastern Virginia Brass Trio
February 25th at 3PM
This afternoon will feature the premiere of a new work by one of JTCC's very own music instructors, Leigh Baxter.
This concert is free and open to the public.
This free concert is made possible by a Grant from the JTCC Foundation and the VA Commission for the Arts.
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