Theater Preview | "The road weeps, the well runs dry": Marcus...
The road weeps, the well runs dry , a tale of spirituality, slavery, and relationships, filled with powerful scenes examining identity and other issues relevant to our lives today, is coming this fall to Pillsbury House Theatre.
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#1 Sep 1, 2013
I am a Seminole Maroon Descendant and I am currently featured in the Smithsonian Institution's:"indiVisibl e": African-Native American Lives in the Americas,book and exhibit.I have been asked to be on the panel that will convene after the showing of Mr. Gardley's play. The topic of discussion will be "Exploring African-American and Native American Spiriuality". I will be joining Rev. Dr. Cecil "Chip" Murray (USC) and Professor Hanny Geiogamah (UCLA). The discussion takes place following the November 3rd 2013 matinee performance at the Los Angeles Theater Center in Los Angeles.
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