PLP The Unity Performance Art Ensemble led by Brother Robb Carter, Associate Director of the African-American Resource Center at Penn + Kitsi Watterson, professor within Penn's English department, + Dominic Cartwright. PLP The Unity honors the human spirit with improvisational meditative, soulful, spiritual, political and jazzy musical magic utilizing African rhythms, drums, percussion, wind, and native instruments, spoken word and storytelling.
Fatimah Loren presents wResting: a blues genealogy, a root system lullaby. wResting is an eclectic blend of blues music, poetry, and storytelling about her family roots as slaves and sharecroppers in Alabama. Using participatory art-making and imagination, this show brings African American genealogy to life such that it becomes embodied for audiences and communities of all backgrounds.
Sponsored by Penn's African-American Resource Center, Office of Affirmative Action, and Office of Governmental and Community Affairs. Contact: Brother Robb Carter @ 215-898-0105
Admission is FREE