The Underground Coffeehouse features a wide variety of musical and performance artists from the South and beyond. Artists wishing to perform at the coffeehouse as a featured artist should submit the coffeehouse performance form. For questions contact Coffeehouse@uuca.org .
Date: 4th Saturday of each month (unless otherwise announced)
Time: Doors open at 7 p.m. Music starts at 7:30 p.m.
Location: Underground Theatre (lower level), 1911 Cliff Valley Way, Atlanta, GA 30329 (physical address 1597 Interstate-85 Frontage Road, Atlanta, GA 30329)
Donation: $10 (but no one is turned away)
READINGS * MUSIC * DANCE
Celebrating Zora Neale Hurston and
Langston Hughes – Saturday, May 19
The UUCA Whitney Young Society and The UUCA Performing Arts Coordinating Team present an evening of readings, music and dance honoring two African American literary legends – Zora Neale Hurston and Langston Hughes. Both writers were standouts during the time of the Harlem Renaissance – an artistic and intellectual movement in the 1920’s that changed our world. Don’t miss this unique performance in the Underground Theatre. Doors Open 6:30 pm; program starts at 7.
Admission donation is $5, but no one will be turned away. Tickets are available at the door, Sundays at a table in the Social Hall, or online at uuca.org >member services > online payment system.
Footnote: Whitney Young was a civil rights activist and leader in the National Urban League. In 1954, he joined Atlanta’s United Liberal Church, as UUCA was known at the time, making it the first integrated church in Atlanta. He later became a member of the congregation’s board of directors.