Faces of America broke ground by being one of the first truly multicultural edu-tainment presentations to hit the college circuit in 1996 and continued to take the country by storm with special performances for the United Nations Associations in New York & Los Angeles. Faces has been presented at over 600 campuses, corporate events, community task forces, leadership & diversity training conferences, in 48 states.
It returns to the stage with a complete revamp of characters depicting American society in all its fluidly-defined glory. Continuing the tradition of presenting stories based on real people, Faces Redux tackles the issues that penetrate our nightly news and daily Facebook feeds. Black lives matter, white privilege, transgender rights, undocumented immigration, and on-campus sexual assault, and many more of the social justice issue your students are tweeting about are all told here, from their perspective.