Bojo's Place: Musical Revue Celebrates Black History Month
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The last date listed for Bojo's Place was Sunday February 23, 2014 / 3:00pm.
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Written and directed by Tanya Fuad, the dramedy Three Crazy Girls and One Stink Boy returns by popular demand, following the emotional story of four orphaned siblings from post-civil war Liberia as they attempt to adapt to life in America. The oldest, Oreta, remains tormented and unable to escape the harsh memories of the past, while the younger girls take tentative steps towards building new lives. Meanwhile, the youngest -- a boy named Donzo -- pays plenty of attention to his sisters, hoping to learn more about their vague family history. Learn More
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Featured review from Normajean
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What a diamond in the rough! Bojo's Place was wonderful. We weren't sure what to expect from such a small & intimate theatre, but we were pleasantly surprised with a great & entertaining presentation. The singing, acting, & music were enhanced by the intimate setting. And the audience was drawn in as if we were all part of it. My only "complaint" is that I would have liked more from "Chaka Chan" Our first time to this theatre & we will definitely be returning.
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Close to a full house in this intimate setting. Outstanding performance by Robert A. Moore as James Brown. Carl Johnson in the part of BOJO (The Night Club Owner) welcomes the audience to his club with warmth and energy. His vocal later in the...continued