The Color of Green
A glimpse of Activism through the Arts”. The Color of Green
Through dance, spoken word, and poignant scenes, “THE COLOR OF GREEN” spotlights depression,
schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder, borderline personality disorder, PTSD
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – September 22, 2018 – Productions by Danita Jones in partnership with No More Dirty, Inc. present: The live preview of “THE COLOR OF GREEN”
Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018
Time: 7:15pm [doors open at 6:30pm] Place: The New Room, 607 Airport Road, Huntsville, AL 35802
Ticket: General Seating: $20.00 per person / VIP Seating: $30 per person[available at eventbrite.com or online at www.nomoredirty.org]
Audience: Ages 14+
Phone: (256) 698-9749
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Activism through the Arts” – The Production
“THE COLOR OF GREEN” (written and directed by Danita Jones) specifically deals with Mental Health in
the miniority community and the stigma and silence that surrounds it. This production aims to educate and
inform individuals in a unique way.
The overall all message of the show encourages all to stop being silent so that people can receive the help
that they need.
It is a moving, heartbreaking, funny, and very poignantly lifts the veil that has shadowed our community for
Trailer for the show found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4Zav9oUqsc&feature=youtu.be
Our Activism Through the Arts: Mental Health has become a push button issue recently, but for all the wrong reasons. Instead of creating conversations of acceptance and healthy interventions, stigmas and misconceptions are perpetuated throughout our culture; thus leading to those who may need help getting no help at all. This show seeks to lift that stigma and open that conversation.
Show Proceeds Raised will Support the Following Vision: To encourage and facilitate conversations about
the need for Mental Health interventions and proper aid among communities often overlooked across the
nation, while providing funding to youth ages 9-16 to attend “Camp SMART” and “Art IMMERSION” PROGRAMS to foster healthy mentoring, mental health and exposure to the Arts.