"One Voice: A Black History Narrative" is a journey through the African American experience by virtue of eight powerful voices. JDew portrays six of the characters spanning from the 1820s through present day. Characters include Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Frederick Douglass, and Barack Obama. Although many know of the impact these figures have had in American history, few have seen their works performed up-close-and-personal.
After contemplating a “Black History” stage production for about 18 months, “One Voice: A Black History Narrative” was born, and debuted at the Warehouse Theatre in Greenville, SC, in 2011. The show was so well received, that several local businesses requested to have the show come to their organizations for encore performances for their groups.
Ever since, JDew has taken “the show on the road,” and is excited to be able to offer performances on school campuses, corporate functions, churches, and special events and seminars. Because of the value of “One Voice,” JDew has performed for over 18,000 people since the premiere.
One Voice: A Black History Narrative,” will be coming to Emmanuel Bible Church in Mauldin, SC, on April 4th, 2018. On this 50th anniversary of Dr. King's assassination, we, at Emmanuel Bible Church will be bringing Dr. King back to Life with a with “One Voice: A Black History Narrative," for one night only.
April 4th of this year is the 50th memorial of Dr. King’s death, and there’s no better time to join hands as sisters and brothers
Jeremiah Dew, 33, is the emcee and on-court hype man for Clemson University Athletics (basketball), and the longtime emcee for the Greenville Drive baseball club. He is married to a former Mauldin High School educator, they have two toddlers, and are members of Emmanuel Bible Church.