NEW PLAY HONORING HIP HOP HITS THE STAGE IN JULY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Rap is something you do. Hip-hop is something you live. A battle between new and old school hip hop will hit the stage the week of July 21st, a riveting new play written by Cynthia Hardeman and Storm directed by Karen Paisley. Sun Of The Revolution joins this year’s Kansas City Fringe Festival.
SYNOPSIS: When a young man disturbs an older man’s peace on a train ride a battle of will and wit ensues. Can the wild stallion be tamed? Can you teach an old dog new trick? Who wins? There are no losers in the game of respect. Winning is all a matter of perception.
Prince Staples – African American / Early 20’s / Millennium, cocky, arrogant, self-centered like Kanye West, music stylings of Soulja Boy/ Young Thug.
Calvin Carter – African American / Late 50’s early 60’s / old-school, music stylings of Golden Era hip-hop.
Location: Phosphor Studio
1730 Broadway BLVD, Kansas City, Missouri 64108.
Dates and Times:
July 21 6pm
July 24 9pm
July 26 7:30pm
July 27 6pm
July 29 9pm