Justice Theater Workshop with Nommo Theatre

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March 13, 2010, 1–4pm
@ Studio 34 Yoga|Healing|Arts
4522 Baltimore Ave. 
(right on the #34 Trolley line)
Suggested tuition: $5-$15, sliding scale
—no one turned away for lack of funds.
For info and to pre-register, email tophilly@gmail.com

WHAT IS JUSTICE TO YOU and how does it relate to theater and performance art? Are you satisfied with the status quo? If not, what is your analysis and how could it affect your creation of art? These are some of the questions and themes explored by Nommo Theatre. Improvisation, free writing, excerpts of original Nommo plays, and insightful group discussion will culminate into fresh original group performances that can be used as blueprints for justice and/or guerrilla theater.

NOMMO THEATRE is devoted to creating work that entertains, provokes thought, and ignites healthy debate. Co-founders Mitchell Ferguson and Bashi Rose use theatre to present the Black experience with all its ritual, spirituality, and resistance intact. Since 1994 Nommo Theatre has produced original work in Maryland, D.C. and Virginia. Now we are proud to host Bashi and Mitchell for a 3-hour workshop on March 13th in Philadelphia.

See more from Nommo Theatre at www.nommotheatre.com.
Nommo Theatre performed in
March 11–15, 2010 in Philadelphia.

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