In the spirit of the good cheer, the National Center of Afro-American Artists offers its 47th lively edition of Langston Hughes' Black Nativity as a gift to all people of "good will." Featuring a cast of more than seventy-five singers, dancers, musicians and actors including children, our productions retells the Christmas story in gospel music, African-inspired dance, and black vernacular speech. Its rich chorus and moving voices will lift you and your family to new heights of joy, and stir fresh hope for a better world.
Since 1970, Black Nativity has been a highlight of Boston's holiday season bringing unity and celebration to our city and all of its communities. A classic to many, make it a tradition for you and your family too.