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SLEEP NO MORE by Felton Perry

02 May
“SLEEP NO MORE”  by Felton Perry



A joint production by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, Ebony Repertory Theater, the African Marketplace, Inc, and the Inner City Cultural Center

It’s time to reacquaint ourselves with …Inner City Cultural Center and it many contributions, artistically and talent, to the world.

“SLEEP NO MORE” by Felton Perry will be directed by Felton Perry and read on Monday, May 3, 2010 at 8:00pm at the Nate Holden Performing Arts Center.  The staged reading of this delightful musical will help kick off a series of quarterly readings of the best of Inner City Cultural Center during its day.

Artists reading will include many of the plays original artists including Hawthorne James, Art Evans, Felton Perry, Phyllis Bailey, Marvin Elkins, Vance Valencia, Wren Brown, Rosa Maria Marquez, Debra Sellers, Ted Lange, Louis Price, Leslie Bee, Maoco Elkins, and Dr. Sandi Sheffy. The one night event should be fun and a chance to reacquaint yourself with old friends, and if you recall the antics of Sleep No More, laugh until you can not stop.

Please forward this notice to your list of friends, the media, and those sensitive to the arts. We will do this every quarter this year. We want to thank Felton, Wren Brown, Gaye Hooks, and Ebony Repertory Theater, and Ernest Dillihay of the Department of Cultural Affairs for working with us to create a forum for Inner City Cultural Center.

James V. Burks, Producer

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