“Pistols and Prayers”

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“Pistols & Prayers” brings together on one stage Spoken Word, African-American Folk Spirituals, Classical Music, Hip-Hop, and Theater. The interweaving of these threads evolve into an amazing and thought provoking fabric of a theater performance piece, celebrating the African Diaspora, while simultaneously exploring the impact and contributions this vast body has on the American and Urban American experience.

Written and directed by nationally renowned Spoken Word Hip-Hop Theater Artist, Ise Lyfe- “Pistols and Prayers” is a powerful poetic collage of sociopolitical commentary, blended with a glimpse into his coming of age as a man, artist, and advocate for social change. A full production accompanied musically by a live DJ on stage, along with cello and song.

Dates & Times:
Fri Nov 5th 7PM (show starts at 8pm)
Sat Nov 6th 7PM (show starts at 8pm)
Sun Nov 7th 4PM (show starts at 5pm)

Queen Bee Arts and Culture Center
3925 Ohio Street – Directions
(619) 255-5147

$20 General admission (18 & Up)
$10 Youth (ages 17 & Under)

Link to buy $15 pre-sale tickets online: http://bit.ly/9OzY59

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