CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. -- “Through Their Eyes” is an evening of monologues featuring music, art, and performances done with the Governor’s safety guidelines in mind.
Author and director Raymond Goode has been touring this production for the last three years and even quit his job to bring meaningful productions to the public.
"Through Their Eyes” is taken from his book of the same title. The monologues highlight community performers in a tribute to Harriette Tubman, survivors of the Holocaust and a mother who lost her son to gun violence, and other short stories.
There’s a live entertainer that performs during the set change and artists that paint pictures that correlate with the stories, bringing all of the creative talents together at once.
"Through Their Eyes" is showing on December 5 at the Arts Community Center in Midlothian. There will be four shows starting at 6PM with a 15 minute intermission after each show to clean the theatre.
Masks are mandatory. Tickets and additional information can be found on Raymond Goode’s Facebook page.