Wednesday, March 16, 2011

ActNow New Voices in Theater Presents: For Flow

ActNow's New Voices in Theater Reading Series features the works of new, published and unpublished playwrights of color and on March 30th we will be featuring a piece written by Kesav M. Wable.

"For Flow" borrows Andrew Beckett's existential landscape and transplants two 'Beckettian' clownsrappers to a lonely street corner in the Bronx where they wait for a record producer; they're later joined by a woman DJ and Delta Blues guitarist who also meet at this crossroad in search of their own destinies. "For Flow" will be directed by Kehinde Koyejo. The reading will be followed by a Q&A with the writer.

Stage Directions - Donald Calliste
Dee - Clinton Lowe
Kane - Hollis Hayden
Roxanne -DJ. Mitchell
Broonzy -Arthur French

The reading will be held at:
ActNow Foundation in the South Oxford Space
138 S. Oxford Street
Brooklyn, New York 11217

Wednesday March 30
Time: 6:30pm light reception/
7:15pm Reading of 'For Flow'

$5 donation suggested

Please come out and support! See you there!

1 comment:

  1. This had me at "clownsrappers" - I suddenly had a vision of... Puff Daddy. lol

    Rappers, a DJ and a Delta Blues Guitarist could make for an interesting story. Looking forward to it!