This year’s Black Anthology production, titled “Black and Blue,” took the stage this weekend to depict and comment on issues of mental illness, sexuality and race. The yearly production included a skit and emotional dance performances.
Two actors talk to each other during this year’s Black Anthology Performance. The skit, which followed a senior named AJ as she deals with undiagnosed depression, acknowledged the interaction between mental illness and blackness.
As smoke fills the stage, a dancer in this year’s Black Anthology performance lies on the ground as part of her dance routine.
A dancer in this year’s Black Anthology performance strikes a dramatic pose.
During one of the dance routine’s in Black Anthology, the dancer strikes a pose. This year’s performance, entitled “Black and Blue,” was the 28th production of Black Anthology and was performed on Friday and Saturday of this past weekend.
A dancer in Black Anthology appears to cry out to the audience during her routine. In doing so, she conveys the emotional struggle and hope that African-American students face at college.
Members of a Black Anthology dance group go through their routine in this year’s Black Anthology: Black and Blue show.