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World Theater Lab with Ricardo Kahn

Mar 14, 2007

Announcing Ricardo Kahn’s World Theater Lab at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, a project months in the making produced by the incomparable Baraka Sele.  Playwrights from three continents gather to tackle the idea of “citizenship.” Read a cover story by Laurie Granieri featured in the Home News Tribune below to learn about our supporters, participants, content, and theme. Check the flyer for the sharing on Saturday night. This is a work-in-progress that’s about the process. Many thanks to the Lark Play Development Center in New York City for their support as headquarters. London playwrights tackle the 7/7 Bombings. South African writers wrestle with post-apartheid. New Yorkers react to Hurricane Katrina, conspiracy theories, and the THEY.

Baraka Sele, Curator/Producer
Sacred Circle Café presents
World Theater Lab Curated and hosted by Rick Khan

Saturday, March 17 at 8:00 • The Chase Room

Join us as we welcome urban/contemporary/hip-hop theater artists from around the world. Ricardo Khan, co-founder of New Jersey’s Tony Award-winning Crossroads Theatre Company is bringing together amazing artists from Great Britain, South Africa and the United States to create a new work that will address global issues. If you have enjoyed such artists as Angela Kariotis, Danny Hoch, Sarah Jones, and Universes at NJPAC’s Sacred Circle Cafe, you should not miss this event.

A post performance discussion with the artists will take place immediately following the performance.