GREENVILLE, S.C. (February 25, 2020) – In honor of Black History Month, Jeremiah Dew, a 2007 Bob Jones University graduate, will present “One Voice,” a one-person presentation highlighting the achievements of African Americans who overcame seemingly insurmountable obstacles, Saturday, Feb. 29, at 7:30 p.m. in Stratton Hall on the BJU campus.
Divided into seven sections, the performance combines recorded accounts from prominent African Americans with poetry, essays, comedy and campaign speeches to impress upon the audience the struggles and triumphs of the black American experience. In total, Dew will portray six characters including Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., boxer Muhammad Ali and former President Barack Obama, as well as lesser known figures whose lives have made significant contributions.
“The theater department proudly sponsors this event featuring Jeremiah in a riveting one-person show,” said Ron Pyle, BJU theater department head. “We invite the community to attend this informative and compelling drama. All proceeds will benefit Homes for Hope, a Greenville based ministry that offers discipleship, job training, financial literacy and homes for men who have experienced substance abuse.”
Tickets are available for $8 and can be purchased online or by calling the BJU Programs and Productions box office at 864-770-1372 Monday – Friday,12 – 5 p.m.