I Love EVERYTHING about this video!
I’ll be at PSI on a panel with Jaclyn Pryor and Omi Osun Joni L. Jones titled:
Ase!: Black and Queer Temporalities in Conversation
Friday June 28, 2013 from 3:30-5:30pm
I’ll be at ATHE on Nia Witherspoon’s panel titled:
“Revelations in Play: African Diaspora Epistemologies in Process and Practice”
Saturday, August 3, 2013 – 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm.
I am proud to say that thanks to Djola Branner, Dean of Interdisciplinary Arts, Associate Professor of Theatre, and Priscilla Page, Lecturer: Dramaturgy at UMass Amherst Theater, I am in Residence at HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE 3/2/13-3/7/13!
MOSAIC; Five College Multicultural Theatre Committee Presents:
A staged reading of blood pudding
Written/Directed by Sharon Bridgforth
Featuring: Djola Branner, Micaela Diaz-Sanchez, Bettina Judd, Nyx Ziehut, Jorrell Watkins and Maya Chakraeati.
Main Theatre, Emily Dickinson Hall.
Tuesday, March 5th, 2013. 8PM. Free.
More about blood pudding HERE.
Thanks to M. C. Downs, Marco O. Iniguez-Alba and a host of others – I’ll be reading at Texas A&M Kingsville 6PM on 2/15/13 in SAM FORE HALL BLUES ROOM.
In 2010 I had the privilege of participating in the New Dramatists Composer-Librettist Studio (CLS), presented in cooperation with Nautilus Music-Theatre. Today I’m thinking about CLS cause they will soon be starting up/and I wish I could participate again.
During an intensive two week process CLS brings five New Dramatists playwrights and five composers work with an amazing posse of professional performers together to explore & create work. CLS is Facilitated by the great Ben Krywosz and Roger Ames/who work you so hard and fast and beautifully that in a blink (and a lot of sweat) participants accomplish way more than can be imagined.
(The recording isn’t mixed or anything/it’s raw – straight from the CLS workshop.)
delta dandi will be published in the upcoming Northwestern University Press anthology titled, Solo/Black/Woman, Eds. E. Patrick Johnson and Ramon Rivera-Servera. Funded in part with a grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Included are writings about delta dandi by scholar/artists Stephanie Batiste and Anita Gonzalez, as well as work by Lenelle Moïse, Stacey Robinson, Misty DeBerry and many others.
Stay tuned for Solo/Black/Woman news HERE. More about delta dandi HERE.
Thanks to Jane Saks and The Ellen Stone Belic Institute For The Study Of Women & Gender In The Arts And Media
Dr. Omi Osun Joni L. Jones and I will be featured at
Fifty Shades of the Blues: Song, Soul, and Sexuality @
OUT at CHicago History Museum
January 31, 2013
Cocktails, appetizers, and live blues
Cost: $15, $10 members and students.
Katherine Davis and her trio will sing blues favorites!