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We would love to bring our latest production, Before Black Lives Matter, to your community.

Before Black Lives Matter Synopsis: In a world where to some black lives matter is a movement and to others black lives matter is nothing more than a simple hashtag, Daniel is a senior in high school whose friend was recently killed by a police officer.  To keep Daniel safe, his mother sends him to live with his aunt in the suburbs.  Daniel quickly finds out that no matter where he lives, he is still a black male and there are certain things that he cannot do. This moving and informative drama is appropriate for all ages and races.

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    To give a voice to diverse and minority characters through authentic, innovative and real stories


    To be the source of diverse media to educate, entertain and enlighten the perspective of diverse characters in order to create connection.

    Founded in 2018, Elevating Voices, LLC set out to bridge the gap between information and entertainment.   Through media such as web-series and stage plays, elevating voices shows the diverse lifestyles of minorities without using stereotypes. Our characters represent authentic people  and the stories are relatable to diverse audiences.  By creating unique and entertaining storylines, Elevating Voices creates connections between gay and straight people, black and white, and much more.  Our goal is to start conversations to close the gap that has been filled with misconceptions and stereotypes.