"The Room at MUCE is an honoring to all of those creatives who built a bridge to all cultural freedom for each of us." Ashlee Thomas, President of MUCE
'The Room', as told by comedian Marvin Dixon, were the only place black musicians & comedians could share their gifts during segregation. It was very hard to get to the main-stage of Hollywood, so we created jazz, blues and funk! The iconic comedians of the time, all played in small rooms and slowly built a bridge to mainstream spaces. If we wanted the wealth as a creative, a crossover was necessary as the dominate culture controlled the media - but artist did what was necessary until the opportunities manifested.
Come see the next of history makers in, The Room at MUCE.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER, 25
8P - 9P
SHOWTIME: 8:00P - 8:30P
SHOWTIME: 8:30P - 9:00P
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