Dreamgirls

This is part of Feminist March 2024

Oregon Black Pioneers presents DREAMGIRLS (2006), the story of a 1960s girl group's quest for pop fame. An adaptation of the Broadway musical inspired by the iconic acts of Motown, DREAMGIRLS relates the highs and lows of Black musical stardom. Featuring Beyonce, Jamie Foxx, Eddie Murphy, and Jennifer Hudson in a revelatory Academy Award-winning performance.

About Oregon Black Pioneers:
Oregon Black Pioneers is Oregon’s only statewide African American historical society. For 30 years, Oregon Black Pioneers has illuminated the seldom-told history of people of African descent in Oregon through exhibitions, public programs, publications, education, and historical research.

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Director
Bill Condon
Year
2006
Format
Digital
Runtime
130 mins
Wheelchair accessible
Yes
Assistive Listening
Available
Open Captions (subtitles)
No
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Showtimes

Monday, March 11