Genre: Dance, Musical, Other
///Written and Directed by Emmitt Thrower///

A Special Tribute To The Survivors.

A 90 minute Hip Hop Multimedia Musical One Act Play examining the Emotional and Psychological impact of Hurricane Katrina on Survivors.


Back By Popular Demand!!!! Featuring Hip Hop Artist "Shakka" and his popular Katrina song "So Much water " and other original songs such as "Weren't We Human" and "Hell"with original Soundtrack by Writer/Director/Actor Emmitt Thrower. Dance and movement by Choreographers Arlee Chadwick and Safiya. Moving Stills by Morris Ware,Jr, The Government's weak response to disaster is also explored. Emotional/Exciting/Shocking/Provacative/ And sometimes amusing. Just a few words to describe this History making play. Special Performance By Writer/Actor Emmitt Thrower. A Not to be missed experience. Show Re-opens Thursday 12-14-2006 To 12-17-2006 Thurs-Sat 8PM Sat 3pm and Sunday 2:30PM
Tickets are $30 at Door, $25 Advance and $20 Students and Seniors
BOX Office 212 352-3101

Groups and info contact Emmitt at 917 716-6635

website http://www.wabisabiproductions.com

Open:   12/14/06
Close:   12/17/06

///Thursday to Saturday at 8:00PM, Saturday @ 3:00PM and Sunday at 2:30PM
Theater:   Times Square Arts Center Room 411
Address:   300 W 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036
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Cost:$30.00 At door, $25 Advance, $20 Students/Seniors Group rates available
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Company: Wabi Sabi Productions         Official Web Site: www.wabisabiproductions.com

Emmitt Thrower-Producer/Writer/Director/Actor

Born Dallas, Arkansas Grew up in Brooklyn, NY  Currently a Bronx Resident-The owner and president of Wabi Sabi Productions a non profit corporation  501 (C)3 Tax Exempt Corporation. He is a recipient of  the 21st Century 'Independent Spirit Award' in culture and the chairman of the "Otto Awards" for political theater. He is co founder of http://www.artistmagnet.com an International Theater Networking Website. He has Portrayed such roles onstage as MALCOLM X (AUDELCO NOMINATED ROLE), MARAT In Marat/Sade, PAUL ROBESON, PATRICE LUMUMBA, SATCHEL PAIGE, JACKIE ROBINSON, JESSE JACKSON, RICHARD PRYOR, MILES DAVIS among others.He has written over 15 plays for stage. Produced 2 Documentary films.