National Black TV and the Positive Arts Movement proudly presents…
“The 11th Hour” theatrical production. This stage play explores the various perspectives as it relates to the relationship between the police force and inner city youth.
The story is set against the backdrop of senseless killing of two high school athletes at the hands of the police. A barber shop behind police lines hosts a group of passionate voices engaged in a heated and spirited discussion about our current state of affairs and how it relates to the literal and figurative death of our village.
Quick-paced, anxious, exhilarating, inspirational, and direct, “The 11th Hour” is at once educational, purposeful, emotional, and searing. “The 11th Hour” indicts the systematic indifference and criminalization of our inner city youth. It brings forth compelling arguments supported by historical, economic, and judicial perspectives and offers hope in the midst of a deadly epidemic.