|Live performances, music, a book sale and book signing. The plays presented in Articulation were born in Harlem.|
George Bruce Library
518 West 125th Street
New York, New York 10027
Saturday November 16, 2019
Performances directed by Jeannine Foster McKelvia with featured artists: Paul Bolger, Amanda Cannon, Michael Anthony Green, Daralyn Jay and Lauren Schaffel.
Enjoy the soulful saxophone tunes by Alex Blade Silver.
|Praise for Articulation Cesi Davidson’s delightful and wise, ARTICULATION Short Plays to Nourish Mind and Soul illuminates the human condition. Her method: create non human beings ranging from those plucked from nursery rhymes to celestial beings to fruits, vegetables and animals and put them in distinctly human situations like Bo Peep losing her sheep because her husband sold them to bet on horses. What makes these plays particularly satisfying is Davidson’s ability to weave tough-minded outcomes like lost sheep and street violence with sympathetic characters and sly humor. |
Daniel Judah Sklar
DJS, playwright, author of PLAYMAKING Children Writing & Performing Their Own Plays-Distinguished Book Award from The American Alliance for Theater & Education.
SEE CESI DANCE…
And the African joy of old
Lights the room
Open this Book
And you might find yourself
In a world where radish have souls
OR In a realm where
Purity percentage of truth in Love
Is the currency
For longevity in Life
Where writers fly …Daily
And actors become borderless
OPEN THIS BOOK
AND ride the WORDWAVES
OF “The Lorraine Hansberry” of our time!
Private Investigator Tyler Hudson …”MATLOCK”…TV
Jazz Soprano Saxophonist Sydney Bechet…
“THE JOSEPHINE BAKER STORY”… FILM
Sargent Curtis Baker … “Carter Country”…
“Cesi’s plays are adventures in wordscapes that show us the ways we are and the ways we can be. Characters not often seen on screen, stage or page populate her scenes in situations that make these short plays eminently readable and relatable while being unapologetically unique. Lovers of theater and fiction alike will find much to cherish in this collection. Bravo!” —Celeste Rita Baker, author of Back, Belly,