by Drew Anderson and Dwayne Lawson-Brown
directed by Duane Richards
DCPS middle schools are invited to submit for a FREE field trip experience at Keegan Theatre, including this Keegan PLAY-RAH-KA performance plus transportation and more, all at no cost. Submit interest via this onine form.
ABOUT THE SHOW: A dreadlock-rocking SouthEast DC b-boy and video game geek who crochets his way through “have and have (k)not” meet up with a bald and bearded New Orleanian science teacher turned rhyme speaker who uses comedy to contemplate his place in Trump’s America. Together, they conjure a dynamic cauldron of hip hop, poetry, and theatre to colorfully redefine masculinity, question social and political issues, and celebrate love and the search for home.
Presented through support from Children’s Theatre Foundation of America and DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, From Gumbo To Mumbo is a dynamic new work that uses styles of theatre, spoken word, and hip-hop to explore contemporary themes.
AVAILABLE SCHOOL FIELD TRIP PERFORMANCE DATES:
March 18-22 @ 10:00 am
March 25-29 @ 10:00 am
• Prior to performance at your school site 60-min workshop with physical and writing exercises
• Post-show at Keegan 15-min discussion of play
• After performance at your school site 60-min follow-up workshop
• Optional 2-hour professional development session for teachers/staff available
The Production Team
Director Duane Richards
Dramaturgy / Curriculum Specialist Regie Cabico