Sharon Bridgforth’s Theatrical Jazz Institute Showcase this weekend in Chicago!

dear lovelies,
i’ll be showing a work-in-progress that began in this workshop this spring!  for more information about sharon bridgforth & theatrical jazz, check out the book she co-edited, Experiments in a Jazz Aesthetic: Art, Activism, Academia & the Austin Project: http://sharonbridgforth.com/content/bookscdsdvds/publications/bookscds/experiments-in-a-jazz-aesthetic/
hope to see you if you’re in the chicago area!
xo,
ching-in
Sharon Bridgforth’s Theatrical Jazz Institute Showcase
Links Hall
3435 N. Sheffield Avenue, Suite 207
Chicago, IL

Admission is Free and Open to the Public
RSVP here: http://theatricaljazzinstitute.eventbrite.com/

Click below For More Information about the Theatrical Jazz Aesthetic and the Institute

http://sharonbridgforth.com/content/theatrical-jazz-aesthetic/theatrical-jazz-institute/theatrical-jazz-institute/

Friday & Saturday @ 8pm, Sunday at 7pm

From January through April, 2011, Sharon Bridgforth, the 2010-2011 Visiting Multicultural Faculty member facilitated the Theatrical Jazz Institute. Inspired by traditional Jazz methods of training, this Institute was designed for artists interested in learning about the Theatrical Jazz Aesthetic through being in the room with nationally based master Theatrical Jazz Aesthetic practitioners. They visited the Institute, offering public talks, workshops and informal presentations of their work. This performance showcases the work done throughout the Institute’s run in the Spring.

Featuring:
Kundiman for Kin presented by Ching-In Chen
idEnergy crisis presented by Isaac Fosl-Van Wyke
BlackMon presented by Constance Lee
dawn/avanjou presented by Marie Casimir
Little Sister presented by Misty DeBerry

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