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Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Events: "don't wanna dance with ghosts..." by TS Hawkins


"don't wanna dance with ghosts..."
by TS Hawkins
directed by Katrina Shobe
assistant director Charlese D. Hawkins

ABOUT THE SHOW
"don't wanna dance with ghosts...", by TS Hawkins, is a choreopoem experience of how past poisons taint the future when love strips the mind of closure. On the night before Jaye attempts to marry "the one", she struggles with a lingering past wrought with unfinished goodbyes and doubt for the one thing everyone else seems to understand; love.



FEATURED ACTORS
Sabriaya Shipley, Briyana D. Clarel, Maria Beltre, and Tanesha M. Ford

SHOW TIMES + LOCATION
Friday, November 2nd at 730PM
Saturday, November 3rd at 2PM
Saturday, November 3rd at 730PM
Sunday, November 4th at 2PM
** all performances will take place at the Rotunda (4014 Walnut Street, Philadelphia PA) **

ABOUT TS HAWKINS
TS Hawkins is an international author, performance poet, and playwright. Plays & shorts include: Seeking Silence, Cartons of Ultrasounds, Too Late to Apologize, They’ll Neglect to Tell You, #RM2B, The Secret Life of Wonder: a prologue in G, AGAIN, #SuiteReality, and "don't wanna dance with ghosts...". AGAIN, was acknowledged for having the "Best Theater Moment of 2017" and #SuiteReality received the 2017 "Reality Check" Surya Bonaly Award, in addition to, international recognition by being featured in the WORDPEACE Literary Journal. Books include: Sugar Lumps & Black Eye Blues, Confectionately Yours, Mahogany Nectar, Lil Blaek Book: all the long stories short, and The Hotel Haikus. Hawkins is best known for creating the masterclass "Thriving Ain't Easy"; a poetry course that infuses health, wellness, and activism through poetry. For more detailed information about Hawkins' plays, click here!

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Fostering healing connections between our diverse communities, encouraging openness and dialogue on racial prejudice, privilege, inclusion, intersectionality, and bias, through powerful acts of theatre. https://www.thebridgephl.org/

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