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Black Virgins Are Not for Hipsters starring Echo Brown returns to Oakland! 

Sun., Sept. 17 2017
Echo Brown's critically acclaimed solo show returns to Oakland. The show was named one of the top ten best theater shows of 2015 by the SF Chronicle and ran for over a year at the Marsh Theater in San Francisco & Berkeley.

This is a tour-de-force performance that covers a range of topics including interracial dating, the prison industrial complex, colorism, black womanhood, gentrification, and hipster culture.

"One of the top ten theater shows of the year." -SF Chronicle
"Black Virgins Tops anything I've seen this year." -Starkinsider

Tickets & More Info: Echobrown.com


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