When We Were Colored
Adapted from her mother’s memoir of the same name, playwright Ginger Rutland brings “When We Were Colored, A mother’s Story” to the guild theater. The play examines an extraordinary journey of a black middle class family coming to California in 1952. It is examines what it was like to be the first black family in an all white neighborhood, the only “colored” girl in your class and life in Sacramento and the Nation during those times. This play begins February 14th in Sacramento.
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Access Sacramento enters into their 21st A Place Called Sacramento Film Festival. Each year this begins with a Short Form Family Script Competition. Ten scripts are chosen and these film makers start their journeys creating short films to be shown in a World Premiere event on October 3, 2020. To benefit Sacramento area filmmakers special workshops by industry professionals are offered during this time.
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