Come enjoy dinner and meet Terrence Spivey who was the previous Artistic Director at Cleveland’s Karamu House. Learn about his extensive experience in acting, directing, and managing artistic programs. His emphasis has been on programming diverse theatre with a focus on African American experience through local and national collaborations and partnerships for novice, semi-professional and professional artist development by educating and engaging audience of all ages on social issues thru theatre comedies, dramas and musicals. Network and ask questions about careers and volunteer opportunities in the Cleveland theatre and performing arts community.
Open to all! Free food!
Date: Tuesday, September 6, 2016
Time: 6:00 PM to 7:15 PM
Location: Little Marinello Theatre Lobby in the DJ Lombardo Student Center (above the University Bookstore)
Also learn about opportunities for this fall’s production of “Breathe, Boom” which will be directed by Mr. Spivey and will open November 4, 2016 and run through November 12, 2016 in Kulas Auditorium.
About “Breathe, Boom” by Kia Corthron
What happens to a dream deferred? Growing up in a dysfunctional home can have its limits. For sixteen year old Prix, the beauty of fireworks and living in the streets as a gang member is her escapism. Prix unflinching life spans a 14-year journey that leads into meeting new friends, detention centers, prisons and encountering old ghosts.