Running: AMOK Opens With Great Success!

The audience at Tuesday’s opening of Running: AMOK in the Capital Fringe festival were thoroughly entertained as the play kicked off its run that stretches until Sunday, July 25. In the audience were some local celebrities in their own right– including author Karen Minors and drummer Joyce Pinson, a member of the group the Walidane Drummers.

The audience laughed at the antics of Mama Belle and bopped along to some of the cast performances of the play’s signature tunes “Storm the Weather” and “I Wanna Be You”.

It’s not too late to purchase your tickets to tonight’s performance or any of the shows during the remainder of the week!

BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE!

The cast of Running: AMOK

Also, if you missed the WPFW 89.3 interview with Running: AMOK’s director and playwright Khadijah Ali-Coleman and singer Quineice who stars as “Leshell”, click on the link below. Quineice gives listeners a treat as she sings live the song “Leshell ‘s Song” from the play. The first half of the interview is about a music festival that is also produced through Liberated Muse Productions.

LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW HERE

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