Callaloo: A Jazz Folktale

Photo by Anjali Bhargava

a jazz, dance Play

by Marjuan Canady

Directed by Natalie Carter

Music by Etienne Charles

Choreographed by Maresa D-Amore Morrison

Dates:

  • Saturday, July 27, 2013 at 7:00pm
  • Sunday, July 28, 2013 at 7:00pm

Language: English

Age: All ages

Location: 64 East 4th Street NY NY 10003

Website: PAM 2013 | Official FaceBook Page

About the Show:

Meet Winston, a young boy who gets lost in a dream where mythical Caribbean characters roam freely.  Mixing Trinidad and Tobago’s rich Folklore culture with the sweet sounds of jazz emanating from Etienne Charles’ jazz masterpiece Folklore, Callaloo promises to bring you the very best Trinidadian storytelling has to offer.  Follow Winston through his dream as he encounters Papa Bois, Soucoyant, La Diablesse, Lagahoo and the Dwens.  Sway to the rhythm of the jazz trumpet as two actors in carnival costumes transport you to a world you’ve never yet experienced.  Here, Calalloo brings carnival to you.

About the artists:

Originally from Washington, DC, Marjuan Canady is a Trinidadian/Black American actress, playwright, producer and cultural worker.  Her artistic mission is to create, perform and promote theatre and film stories that support and encourage diversity in the human storytelling experience.  She hopes to serve the rich Caribbean community, children’s theater movement and Carnival lovers in New York City and throughout the world.  She believes that there are many forms of digesting art and one of the best ways to build new audiences is to integrate multiple disciplines.

Performers:

Vanessa Evans
Marjuan Canady

Producers:

Tatiana Johnson
Marjuan Canady
Briana Morris
Carol Jagdeo (Executive Producer)

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Regular $25.00
Students / Seniors $22.50

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