View screening of Gullah special ‘Circle Unbroken’ at USCB Center for the Arts

Anchor Media Group, LLC, a worldwide content producer and distributor of home entertainment and broadcast programming with its headquarters in Charleston, announces the premiere of its newest television special “Circle Unbroken — A Gullah Journey from Africa to America,” starring Beaufort’s own Anita Singleton-Prather and The Gullah Kinfolk. The event will be Saturday, July 19, at 7:30 p.m. on the big screen at USCB Center for the Arts.

Shot entirely on location in and around historically significant areas of Beaufort, and the Sea Islands, “Circle Unbroken …” portrays the origins of the Gullah culture from its early roots in Africa to modern time, utilizing lavish high definition videography, authentic and stirring Gullah spiritual music and a powerful narrative history.

A mini-concert by Aunt Pearlie Sue and The Gullah Kinfolk will be presented prior to the showing of the television screening, and a dessert reception will follow.

Seating is limited. Adult tickets are $20; under 18 $10. Proceeds benefit the Gullah Traveling Theater.

For tickets visit www.uscbcenterforthearts.com or call 843-521-4145. For more information, contact Ron Small at rsmall@anchormediagroup.tv.

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