MISSION

The Mission of Gullah Kinfolk Traveling Theater is the preservation, advancement and promotion of the Gullah Culture through non-profit artistic productions, performances and educational programs. 

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This website was made possible through the support of the South Carolina Arts Commission.

EVENTS

Are you planning a special event? Are you looking for performers for a variety show? Do you want to enhance the education of students in your school? Send me a message about your plans, and I will get back to you soon!

Sat, Dec 07
Beaufort: Black Chamber of Commerce
A Night In Jazz: Beaufort County Black Chamber of Commerce
Pride Ensemble is a performing musical entity comprised of some of the greatest musicians on the East Coast, While attending South Carolina State University, the group was formed in 1982 to serve as the opening act for major shows, such as, Frankie Beverly, The Commodores, Earth Wind & Fire and more
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Fri, Dec 06
USCB Center for the Arts
Historic Beaufort SC Sea Island Holiday Celebration
Enjoy the full stage musical, "Gullah Kinfolk Christmas Wish" set in December 1860 and depicting the last Christmas before the Civil War, presented by Aunt Pearlie Sue and the Gullah Kinfolk.
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Fri, Dec 06
USC-B Performing Arts Center
Gullah Christmas Fo Da Chillun (Children)
Schools, Daycares, and Tour Groups are welcome for this Gullah Kinfolk Children's Showcase show times are 9:30am, 10:30 am, and 11:30 am $9 Tickets. For tickets call 843-263-5229
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Thu, Nov 07
Penn Center
Penn Center: 37th Annual Heritage Days
The Heritage Days Celebration showcases the history, art and culture of the Gullah Geechee people, featuring musical entertainers, cultural performers and educators. You will witness the Africanisms of basketry, storytelling, cast net-making, wood burning and bateau and much more.
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