Black History Month honors the achievements and legacy of African Americans throughout U.S. history. This year’s theme is African Americans and the Arts spanning the many impacts Black Americans have had on visual arts, music, cultural movements, and more.
On February 13, in 800-theaters across the country, audiences can pay tribute to musical icon and disco legend Gloria Gaynor whose contributions have inspired millions with her powerful song “I Will Survive,” for a one-night-only theatrical release of the riveting documentary from Director Betsy Schechter, GLORIA GAYNOR: I WILL SURVIVE. Following the screening, guests will participate in a once-in-a-lifetime singalong of the song that has inspired millions “I Will Survive.”
GLORIA GAYNOR: I WILL SURVIVE is a story about reinvention, the power of faith and a magnificent second act.
|“I am finally in a place of joy and self-fulfillment, and I am ready to share my secret to not only surviving, but thriving with the world,” said Gloria.
The documentary which has been hailed by critics as “…affectionate and engrossing…” and that “…inspires the audience to believe it’s never too late to do whatever it is you want…” is a celebration of an icon and a testament to the power of resilience.
GLORIA GAYNOR: I WILL SURVIVE is Directed by Betsy Schechter.
ABOUT GLORIA GAYNOR
Gloria continues to tour the world with her ten-piece band performing in the USA, UK, Europe, South America, and beyond. She has performed at sold out concert venues and headlined music festivals around the globe.
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