Black Nativity is an African-American telling of the Christmas story written in 1961 by acclaimed poet/playwright Langston Hughes (1902-1967). This one-act version, produced by Dominion Entertainment Group, takes audiences from a traditional black church to an Africanized Jerusalem through dance, spirituals, anthems and toe-tapping gospel numbers (“My Way Is Cloudy,” “Poor Baby Jesus,” “Mary Did You Know,” “What Child Is This”) and many others. See it at Fulton County’s Southwest Arts Center. For many metro Atlantans, it isn’t Christmas without Black Nativity.
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