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Charlotte, NC - "Southern Comfort" Valentine's Day

The Punany Poets @ HIP

Friday, February 14, 2020 from 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM (EST)

Charlotte, NC - "Southern Comfort" Valentine's Day

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HIP - Member Pass (Must Have Membership E-Card
HIP Member Seats are free for Card-Holding Members of HIP Inc. HIP Member Seats are Reserved and include a Valentine's Gift you can share with someone you love. Space is limited. If you are not a member, email to inquire.
Feb 14, 2020 Free $0.00
General Admission
General Admission Seating
Feb 14, 2020 $30.00 $2.64
$1 - One Dollar Date - Bring your date for $1.   more info Feb 14, 2020 $31.00 $2.68

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 Bluz - Punany in Charlotte

Don't miss this very special Tribute to The Punany Poets on their 25 Anniversary. We are so happy to have the Poet Bluz and his creative ensemble bringing this romantic comedy theater event for fans, family, and friends in Charlotte on Valentine's Day.  


Jessica Holter, The Punany Poets & Holter Intellectual Property, Inc.

& Bluz present

A Punany Valentine's Day

Southern Comfort

The Perfect Date Night in Charlotte, North Carolina

HIP INC and Poet Bluz present Southern Comfort a bold new interpretation of The Punany Poets' scholastically acclaimed literary series, Punany The Hip Hop Psalms. These sensual poetry event about love, relationships, and the human connection will stimulate all of your senses. From the center of your cerebral cortex, Southern Comfort will spread throughout your body. 

Southern Comfort is an interactive romantic comedy show starring, famed poet Bluz and special guests who will delight you with a sapiosexual experience that will change the way you think of date night! This interactive romantic comedy experience will delight your heart with Kissing Competitions, Love Confessions and more fun.

So come. Let us take you to places your heart has not visited in a while. With this proven Punany policy for adult sex education theater, based on Augusto Boal's Theater of the Oppressed. You should be ready for an encore performance of your own, before midnight!


Event Location:

Morehead Tavern

300 E Morehead Street

Charlotte North Carolina 28202


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You can expect The Punany Poets signature style reflected with southern appeal in this production we call Southern Comfort, in honor of the book Punany: The Hip Hop Psalms V, Southern Comfort, written by our own spitfire HIP Team Member Aalani Renee, featuring Bluz and other Charlotte Area writers.

Have questions about Charlotte, NC - "Southern Comfort" Valentine's Day? Contact The Punany Poets @ HIP

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Morehead Tavern
300 E Morehead Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

Friday, February 14, 2020 from 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM (EST)

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The Punany Poets @ HIP




The Punany Poets is not a group. It is a brand name for S.E.T. (Sex Education Theater) a program in development by Holter Intellectual Property, Incorporated, a nonprofit organization in Atlanta, GA. Our purpose with this interactive theater program is found in the creation of open dialogue around sexual health. We achieve this through the edutainment of the most under-served community, Black Women and their partners. According to the CDC, "HIV infections remain higher among African Americans than any other race/ethnicity." HIP aims to create the necessary space for conversations that are not available to outside agencies. In fact, the efforts of large nonprofit corporations to educate the public on subjects relating to AIDS, fall on deaf ears of the Black Population that comprises nearly 40% of HIV cases. Dammed by language and cultural differences and a great, unaddressed, fear of western medicine and agents of health care and social services, HIP is hopeful that large organizations will examine our methods and employ them on a universal platform. Through our carefully crafted, culturally sensitive methodology of interactive theater, Artistic Director Jessica Holter has created an urban design on Augusto Boal's Theater of the Oppressed. Our simple black box theater program engages small groups from 49 to 300 in adult-themed poetry, comedy, and fodder for self-awareness. Laid on a seductive musical bed of soulful sound... delivered with a sensual manner... we co-create with our guests a natural flow of open energy and inner standing of The Black Sex Conversation. - Teaching as we learn, in a judgment-free black box. Join us this year for our Valentine's Season Tour Raw: Valentine's in Black Light. 

Donations to our program are tax-deductible. You may receive tickets to shows and opportunities to come aboard projects when you become a member of


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