The men take center stage this time as The Modern-Day Griot Theatre Company brings back their popular “See, Hear, Taste, Touch” series for its third run. Three evenings featuring an exciting exhibit of photography and paintings by local male artists plus a staged reading of one-act plays by emerging male playwrights. Come join us as we toast male artists and their work with some wine and dessert.
Art Exhibit Will Feature Pieces By:
Molyveno Alexis, Salim Fields, Khach Turabian and Peter Wang
Play Selections Include:
“Slipping Into Anarchy” by Jeffrey Wolfe
“Four Dry Tongues” by Alex Dremann
“Christmas Lotto” by Chip Bolcik
“Hell” by Stephen Dierkes
“Ordinary” by Jack Feldstein
“Voices” by Marcus Yi
Directed By: Liza Bulos
A Q&A with the artists will follow the performance.
November 8, 9, 10 at 7pm
The Great Room
138 South Oxford Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217
In Advance: $20 for one; $35 for two
At The Door: $30 for one; $45 for two
For more information about "See, Hear, Taste, Touch" or
the 2013 Modern-Day Griot Theatre Company season,
visit our website at moderndaygriot.org, or like us on Facebook.
Modern-Day Griot Theatre Company
Modern-Day Griot Theatre Company is an experimental, interdisciplinary theatre company that is committed to expressing the human experience by using the storytelling art-form of the West African Griot.
A griot (GREE oh) is a storyteller, singer, musician and oral historian (pretty much an African troubadour-historian). They often sing songs telling stories of their cultural heritage and traditions.