Sunday, January 8, 2012

Street Sounds: Dialogues with Black Existence, at Hibernian Hall in Roxbury on January 21-22


Street Sounds: Dialogues with Black Existence  is being performed at Hibernian Hall in Dudley Square, Roxbury, on January 21-22, 2012.

General admission is $20, and $10 for students and seniors.   You can order tickets online or buy them at the door.

Written by Ed Bullins, a pioneer in the Black Arts movement during the Civil Rights era,  Street Sounds was first performed at La Mama Experimental Theater Club in New York in 1970.

Now it has been recast by William Lowe, who has made a selection of the script, so evocative of the 1960s, and interspersed his own original music for jazz ensemble.  Gilbert McCauley is the director.

For year round details on jazz concerts, night clubs, campus events, weekend brunches, radio stations and jazz organizations throughout Massachusetts, visit MassJazz.com.

For tourist information visit MassVacation.com and BostonUSA.com.


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