Stand-Up Pioneer Moms Mabley's Life Story Told in Hello Darlin's
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The last date listed for Hello Darlin's was Saturday October 26, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Seattle's De Cajón Project brings together local and international artists for its second annual tribute to the mixed heritage of Afro-Peruvians, featuring a bilingual English-Spanish evening of dance, poetry and music featuring the Peruvian box drum known as the cajón. Renowned musician Miguel Ballumbrosio, leader of a Parisian group known as Chinchivi and the 11th son of Peruvian legend Don Amador Ballumbrosio, is set to perform, along with acclaimed composer-violinist Daniel Zamalloa. Monica Rojas, doctor of anthropology and musical artist, produces and directs this event, which celebrates the rich cultural contributions of those of African descent in her native Peru. Learn More
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Quotes & Highlights
- "As a lesson in history, comedy, and a remarkable woman who lived through (and told jokes about) America's transition from Jim Crow to the Harlem Renaissance to the Stonewall riots and the Black Panther Party, it can't be beat." --The Stranger
- "Beyond simply a collection of some of her best routines, Owens has created an inside look at this fascinating individual that unfortunately too few people remember ... Howell takes on this character not with fervor but with love and a genuine respect. She not only commands the stage but owns it as she gives a one woman performance that never once felt stale." --Broadway World
- "Josephine Howell’s performance was a tour-de-force. She is a singer par excellence, and has the same amazingly expressive face as Moms, which serves any comic well." --Drama in the Hood
Due to mature content, this show is recommended for those age 16 or older.
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