YOUNGWOOD, PA - Westmoreland County Community College will partner with Seton Hill University in hosting the social justice comedy “The Black-Jew Dialogues” at 7 p.m., Wednesday, February 27 at the university’s Reeves Auditorium, Greensburg.
Starring Emmy-award winner Ron Jones and performance veteran Larry Jay Tish, “The Black-Jew Dialogues” is a play that exposes racism and celebrates diversity through puppetry, mprovisation, sketch comedy and even a game show.
Called “provocative and funny” by the Epoch Times, the show is sure to make the audience laugh and learn. The production has been pleasing audiences across North America and the U.K. at venues ranging from universities to synagogues.
“The Black-Jew Dialogues” is cosponsored by Seton Hill’s National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education and Westmoreland County Community College’s Cultural Programming and Diversity Committees.
There is no admissions charge; however, reservations are required and ID must be presented at the door. Call 724-925-4057 for reservations and more information.
For parking, guests should follow the signs to Seton Hill University Hilltop Campus’ Employee Lot where campus vans will transport them to Reeves Auditorium.
Editors: The actors are available for interviews. For arrangements or if you plan to cover the show, contact Anna Marie Palatella, director, Public Relations, WCCC at firstname.lastname@example.org or 724-925-4091.