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Embark on a profound theatrical journey with Great Faith Entertainment's "Justice on Trial Houston," on December 8, 2023, at The King's Dome. This compelling production, under the creative direction of Chad Lawson Cooper, examines America's complex racial history and its ongoing impact.

Click video above to hear Chad Lawson Cooper speak about Justice on Trial Play.

The heart of the play lies in the courtroom drama led by civil rights attorneys Michael Crump (inspired by Benjamin Crump) and Delbert Black, portrayed by Chad Lawson Cooper himself. Their audacious lawsuit against the U.S. Justice Department seeks reparations for descendants of slaves, making a powerful statement on historical injustices.

The narrative is enriched by time-traveling witnesses like Harriet Tubman, Medgar Evers, and Emmett Till, linking past figures with present-day racial tensions epitomized by the stories of Trayvon Martin, Sandra Bland, and Michael Brown Jr. This interweaving of epochs presents a unique, multi-generational understanding of racial issues.


Chad Lawson Cooper, the driving force behind The Chad Cooper Company on Broadway, has meticulously crafted this play to be an educational and thought-provoking experience suitable for all ages. His work delves deeply into America's tumultuous history of slavery and civil rights, making "Justice on Trial Houston" a mirror reflecting America's evolving racial narrative.

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Cooper, a distinguished figure in gospel and theatre, brings to life the character of Delbert Black, a civil rights attorney, adding depth to this already powerful play. With an impressive background as a performer, producer, and director, Cooper's plays have not only entertained but also instigated important dialogues on social issues, grossing an estimated $20 million in revenue.

Click video above to hear Chad Lawson Cooper sing LIVE on the spot!

Mark your calendars for December 8, 2023, to witness "Justice on Trial Houston" at The King's Dome, 1024 Pinemont - ​Houston, Texas 77091. This is not just a play; it's a pivotal experience in understanding and healing racial divides. Tickets are available now at – a journey through history awaits.

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