About This Event
In mid-June, The Soul Sensations & Friends return to Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe (1012 N. Orange Ave., Sarasota) to perform on the popular outdoor concert stage, in support of WBTT and the important role it plays in the local community. Like 2019's "Black or White: Makes My Music Right" and previous concerts produced by Dr. Randall Morgan to benefit WBTT, "Put Your Hands Together" is a revue of rhythm & blues songs and timeless pop hits. The show is a special celebration of optimism for the future as WBTT emerges from a challenging period, with songs of energy and love to include "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now," "Before I Let Go," "How Will I Know," "Uptown Funk" and many other crowd-pleasers, performed by Dr. Morgan, Raleigh Mosely II, Leon S. Pitts II, Ywada Pitts and Latraia Savage, backed by the fabulous Soul Sensations Band. Edna Sherell will narrate; choreographer is Donald Frison. The band is: Judi Glover, music director and keyboard; Kenny Walker, bass; Errol Wise, percussion; Tommy LoBue, guitar; and Tom Ellison, sax. The proceeds from Put Your Hands Together will support WBTT's mission. Shows take place each evening, Friday-Sunday, June 11-13, at 8 p.m. Tickets are $50/person, with seating in socially distanced parties of one or two. Go to westcoastblacktheatre.org or call the Box Office at 941-366-1505.