Hip-Hop Artist Baba Brinkman's The Canterbury Tales Remixed
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The last date listed for The Canterbury Tales Remixed was Sunday February 5, 2012 / 3:00pm.
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Baba Brinkman is a genious. This is easily one of the best things I've seen in quite some time. I saw hist Evolution show with my son. This time we brought freinds. They loved it too. We will definitely be on the lookout for all upcoming shows.
Written and performed by Baba Brinkman with music and turn-tablism by Mr. Simmonds
Directed by SoHo Playhouse Artistic Director Darren Lee Cole
Baba Brinkman is a Canadian rap artist, writer and former tree-planter who worked in the Rocky Mountains every summer for more than ten years, personally planting more than one million trees. He is also a scholar with a Masters in Medieval and Renaissance English Literature. His thesis drew parallels between the worlds of hip-hop music and literary poetry. After graduating in 2003, Baba began his career as a rap troubadour. To date Baba has written or co-written five hip-hop theatre shows, including The Rap Canterbury Tales, The Rap Guide to Evolution, and The Rebel Cell, with MC Dizraeli. He won three awards and entertained thousands while performing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for six of the past seven years. Baba is also the founder of Lit Fuse Records, which represents Aaron Nazrul and the Boom Booms, Smoky Tiger, and Mud Sun, as well as his own music. Besides executive producing and developing new talent through his label, Baba has recorded and released seven solo albums since 2004. The Rap Guide to Evolution won the prestigious Scotsman Fringe First Award in Edinburgh in 2009, and went on to tour the USA, Australia, and the UK, including three appearances at regional TED conferences, an off-Broadway showcase, and an appearance on The Rachel Maddow Show on U.S. national television. The Rap Guide to Evolution is currently enjoying an extended off-Broadway run in New York, produced by Dovetail Productions.