On Sunday, June 30, 2013 (3 -7pm) the Southeast Training Center in Association with T.W.T. Inc. is presenting "A Drummer's Story" at Dusable Museum of African American History (740 E. 56th Pl.).
This dual expression of live music mixed with theatrical performances tells the story of an exceptional young drummer from one of Chicago's toughest Englewood neighborhoods attesting to the fact that more than just violence and negativity is produced in our communities.
Performances by Kenari Allison and a parade of accomplished artists and young stars: Diane Ellis, Rick Allison, Mr. Lee, Maggie Brown, Tony Smith, Morris Ellis. Dixon School Marching Band and Choir, Zaji Nixon, Kei, Sparkle, Yung Star, Greg Steward, Jr., Troy, Isaiah & Emmanuel Blakey.
Advance Tickets: $20 (adults) $15 (children under 13)
Door Tickets: $25 (adults) $20(children under 13)
For tickets call: Ken (773) 971-5318
Some proceeds will assist The Southeast Training Center whose mission is “to commit to the advocacy and the empowerment of both our youths and our communities and also to the redevelopment of deteriorated buildings in the communities in addition to creating trade skills and administrative positions helping to strengthen our communities”
Again, we are hoping you would attend the performance and join us in our mission. Thank you for reading this appeal for support, and we look forward to working with your organization. For more information contact Ken by phone 773-971-5318.
Thank you, Kenya Renee