“O/R” Invited to CPAC Event

logoPlaywrights Local is excited to bring our play “Objectively/Reasonable” to CPAC’s “Creative Intersections: Moving Forward” event on November 17! We will present a 45-minute excerpt from the play and host a talkback about our creative process. This event will run from 1:30-5:30pm at Bohemian National Hall in Cleveland.

Thanks so much to CPAC for inviting us to be a part of this program. We’re looking forward to performing with director Terrence Spivey and participating cast members Ashley Aquilla, India Burton, Samone Cummings, Kali Hatten, LaShawn Little, and Nathan Tolliver!

Tickets are still available at https://web.charityengine.net/default.aspx?tsid=7583.

More info on CPAC’s “Creative Intersections” series can be found at: http://cultureforward.org/Our-Programs/Creative-Intersections.

About CPAC
The Community Partnership for Arts and Culture (CPAC) is non profit organization in Cleveland, Ohio. We serve and support arts and culture professionals, community leaders and visionaries, who are shaping greater Cleveland. CPAC’s research and advocacy helps people make informed and inclusive decisions. Its training, online programming and customized advice supports new ideas, skills and connections. CPAC works to strengthen, unify and connect greater Cleveland’s arts and culture sector. CPAC envisions greater Cleveland’s diverse arts and culture sector as a leading partner in contributing to our community’s vitality and enlivening the human experience.

About “Objectively/Reasonable: A Community Response to the Shooting of Tamir Rice, 11/22/14”
A documentary play on the impact and aftermath of the Tamir Rice shooting, expressing unheard voices from the Cudell neighborhood and Greater Cleveland. This new work lets the people speak, with their fears, reservations, and hopes fueling monologues drawn from original interviews. “Objectively/Reasonable” was written by an ensemble of playwrights—Mike Geither, Tom Hayes, Lisa Langford, Michael Oatman, and David Todd—and conceived/edited by David Todd.

More info on the play: http://playwrightslocal.org/objectively-reasonable/

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