Running: AMOK Continues Successful Run

Running: AMOK promotional shot of actress Teisha Marie as Nina in the July 9 issue of The Washington Post

The second showing of Running: AMOK was met with enthusiasm as one critic writes,

“Forget the idea of running amok; what runs throughout is a sense of poetry, poise, and that special confidence born of camaraderie.”

In the audience for the second showing were DC -based performance artists Binahkaye Joy and Margaux Delotte-Bennett of the theater company The Saartjie Project. Delotte-Bennet is producing her own Fringe show that runs this week and has already garnered amazing reviews. Singer Deja Belle, a phenomenal soul singer was also an audience member.

Make sure you get your tickets for the remaining shows that include tonight’s show at 10pm and Saturday and Sunday for an evening and afternoon showing respectively.

See Showtimes and Purchase Tickets HERE

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2 Responses to “Running: AMOK Continues Successful Run”
  1. pbjones1 says:

    I have listened to some of the music you have featured in the show. It is absolutely awesome. My theater company Rise and Walk has a play coming to the DC Black Theatre festival as well. It’s called “Verbalized Ink”. Looking forward to seeing your show. Hopefully you will check out ours as well. Wishing you continued success.

    • artsymoon says:

      Thank you so much for visiting and leaving such kind words. Will definitely try to check out your show! Running: AMOK won’t be in the DC Black Theatre Festival this year– but the festival is presenting our Spring run May 15-21. Hope to see you at a show!

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