Dr. May Edward Chinn,` is a play based upon the life of a social revolutionary, who was the first African American woman to graduate from Bellevue Hospital Medical College and the first African American woman to intern at Harlem Hospital. In her private practice, she provided care for patients who would not otherwise receive treatment due to racism or classism. Written by Laurence Holder and directed by Imani, this is a jewel of a show that celebrates both the great achievement of Dr. Chinn’s life (she was an early specialist in the detection and treatment of women’s cancers) and the power of possibility. “Big Mama Speaks: A 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Survivor’s Story,” is based on Hannibal B. Johnson’s book, Black Wall Street: From Riot to Renaissance in Tulsa’s Historic Greenwood District. A one-act vignette, the play traces the history of Tulsa, Oklahoma’s African American community, the “Greenwood District,” renowned nationally in the early twentieth century for its preeminent Black entrepreneurs. Vanessa Adams-Harris portrays Big Mama, who decides to share her real life story, including what she witnessed as a child in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1921.