National Black Box Festival presents We Are Here with Antonio Lyons
WE ARE HERE is a social sculpture project that seeks to foster an environment where the arts can impact social conditions, attitudes, perceptions and structures. Written as a one-man play by Antonio David Lyons, the show consists of sixteen sketches that express the diversity of male voices specifically in the context of gender engagement and within the issue of woman and child abuse. The scenes explore a variety of issues and themes from a distinctly male perspective: the politics of dating in feminist/post-feminist South Africa; concern for a female friend in an abusive situation; a fathers distress and anger over the rape of his daughter; a young fathers words of guidance to his son.
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National Civil Rights Museum (Auditorium) (View)
450 Mulberry St.
Memphis, TN 38103
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