zAmya Theater Project launches monthly performances of There’s No Place Like Home
zAmya Theater Project, a troupe of actors who've experienced homelessness, has launched a monthly presentation of their original work There's No Place Like Home at St. Stephens' Human Services (2309 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis 55404). The next monthly "in-house" performance will occur during National Hunger and Homelessness Week (Nov. 11-18) on November 15th at 7pm. Tickets are $10 or donation. For reservations and more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
"This collection of letters [offer] a rare glimpse into the dialogue between our nation's youth and the President of the United States...They cover a wide range of human emotions, fears and concerns, and echo President Obama's message for change as these young people make their spiritual and intellectual pilgrimage into adult citizenship...
Naomie Harris was born on September 6, 1976 in London, England where she was raised as an only child by Lisselle Kayla, a single-mom and TV scriptwriter. The accomplished young actress, who is of Jamaican extraction, has already made a name for herself in film, television and theatre, and just completed production on A Long Walk to Freedom, a biopic about Nelson Mandela in which she portrayed his wife, Winnie.
Born in Chester, England on March 2, 1968, and raised on the Wirral Peninsula outside Liverpool, Daniel Craig has gone from waiting tables as a struggling actor to playing the legendary James Bond. In between, the versatile thespian has tackled a variety of roles, which is reflected in a resume which includes outings in Elizabeth, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, Road to Perdition, The Mother, Sylvia, Layer Cake, Fateless, Munich and Infamous prior to his 2006 debut as 007 in Casino Royale.
"If you are a single black woman regularly attending church and tithing, or you are a woman with children that accompany you to church, please open your mind to the expressed dangers within the walls of your house of worship, because far too often, black women go to church to pray to God, and black men are there to game on, feed on and prey on them like predators...
The award-winning and internationally acclaimed, Jamaica Farewell, written and performed by Debra Ehrhardt and directed by Joel Zwick will be coming to Minnesota. Based on her true life story, Ehrhardt's Jamaica Farewell chronicles her escape from revolution-torn Jamaica in the 1970's to fulfill her lifelong dream of going to America. The performance of Jamaica Farewell will be at Hopkins Center for the Arts, 1111 Main Street in Hopkins on Sunday November 11, 2012 at 4pm. Tickets are available by calling the box office at 952-979-1111.