Spiritual Coffee, an Original World Music Concert
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After writing Glengarry Glen Ross and Speed-the-Plow, the great dramatist David Mamet has come up with something completely surprising: a comedy! Mamet sinks all his considerable verbal skill into skewering the current political scene in November. It's November in a Presidential election year, and incumbent Charles Smith's chances for re-election are looking grim. Though his staff has thrown in the towel and his wife has begun to prepare for life after the White House, Chuck isn't ready to give up just yet. Amidst the biggest fight of his political career, the president has to find time to pardon a couple of Thanksgiving turkeys, and this PR stunt inspires Smith to risk everything in attempt to win back public support. Get ready to crouch in your seats as zingers will fly during Mamet's scathing, hilarious and darkly brilliant November. Learn More
<p>Performing in July on the mainstage at the Dragon Theatre, Spiritual Coffee is a celebration of world cultures and thought. </p> <p>This concert is full of original music, written and performed by Gina Maria, which is based on the sacred texts of Eastern and Western religions, as well as some of today’s great thinkers. </p> <p>Based in western musical traditions with cultural influences and instruments from each region where the sacred text originated, this wonderful music has been composed in the emerging “classical crossover” style (made famous by such artists as Andrea Bocelli and Josh Groban) and has a world music flavor.</p> <p>The original songs will be interlaced with many extraordinary additional performances by professional guest artists such as storytellers from various cultures, gospel singers, belly dancers, and more! </p> <p>The songs and guest performances will be presented in what we call narrative concert fashion – performances linked by a consistent theme and interlaced with dialogue by not only the primary performers, but also with you, the audience. As each person holds a unique wisdom of his/her own, we look forward to hearing your insights, too!! </p>