Black History From Ancient Africa
to Modern Day Houston
Produced by Express Children’s Theatre

This is a non-ticketed performance.

This performance will not be livestreamed.

Live music, dance and kid-friendly poetry presenting Black History from ancient Africa to today.

From Queen Nefertiti to Duke Ellington and Ketanji Brown Jackson, this show presents the unique role African Americans play in American history.

A rousing celebration for all ages and backgrounds, featuring original poetry by two Houston Poet Laureates.

Express Children’s Theatre is Houston’s oldest and largest multicultural performing arts and education organization dedicated to children and families. They are celebrating their 33rd year of creating and presenting professional, culturally diverse shows designed to entertain and educate.

All performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre are FREE!

This is a non-ticketed performance. No tickets are necessary, no reservations can be made. As a courtesy to Miller, we’d appreciate it if you’d fill out the daytime group attendance form here.

School groups can learn more about visiting Miller here.

All performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre are funded in part by the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance.

Photos are being taken at this event and may appear in Miller Outdoor Theatre’s print or digital communications or marketing materials. By attending this event, you hereby authorize MTAB to use your photograph in any and all use related to the educational mission of MOT without compensation.

Wednesday, June 5, 2024
11:00 am (1h)