From Gabrielle Guerrero Bayme, a local proponent of Boal's Theatre of the Oppressed doctrines:
THIS SATURDAY--ONE NIGHT ONLY!!
As part of the Race Against Violence Project,
Howard University's School of Cultural Anthropology and Solutions VII present:
"STOP THE VIOLENCE"
An evening of theatre, hip hop, spoken word, and community dialogue addressing violence in the community...
***Including an interactive "FORUM THEATRE" event where performers and audience work together using theatre to explore and practice strategies for dealing with violence among youth.***
SATURDAY, May 15 -7:00pm
At Howard University's Blackburn Center
2400 6th Street NW
Green Line to Shaw-Howard University
**THE OZZIDDI PROJECT --Led by Archie Childs (Director), The Ozziddi Project uses theatre, poetry, hip hop, and song to provoke thought and create innovative ideas for community empowerment.
The Ozziddi Project includes: Jamila Adgerson, Lamont Carey, Gabrielle Guerrero Bayme (Joker), Desmond Holeman, Demetrius Kearse, TJ Kearse, Chinyere Rushing
**Acclaimed Gospel and R&B singer/songwriter MERCÉDES ARRINGTON.
**THE 5TH L -- a group of performance artists, activists, and educators who use spoken word poetry to provoke constructive thinking and artistic expression, using words to inspire the planet and re-direct the negative.
In memory of Princess Hansen
$5-10 suggested donation (donations are tax deductible)
10% of proceeds will go to the Princess Hansen scholarship fund
For more information and/or reservations call 202-547-5517.