I’m Tawkin’ Here: Manhattan


Wednesday, April 24, 2013
7:30 pm

“I’m Tawkin’ Here” at Columbia University Teachers College
Everett Lounge
525 West 120th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam


Featuring storytellers:
Maria Aponte (Spanish Harlem/ El Barrio) – Performance artist and author of “Transitions of a Nuyorican Cinderella”

Dom Ferraro (Little Italy) – Wiseguy Jr. and childhood pal of Martin Scorsese, featured in “If These Knishes Could Talk”

Master Lee (Lower East Side via Connecticut) – Former “Kung Fu Comic” street performer and founder of the true story series “Talkingstick”

Aladdin Ullah (Spanish Harlem) – Writer, actor (“Sita Sings the Blues”) and alumnus of Public Theater’s Emerging Writers Group where he developed his solo play, Dishwasher Dreams.

And a musical ode to Manhattan from Chantilly Mers (Harlem via Hawaii) – Singer/songwriter and Director of Community Arts at Metro Hope Church in East Harlem

Address: 525 West 120th St btwn Broadway & Amsterdam.
Take the 1 train to 116th St. Walk north to 120th St, and turn right. The main entrance to Teachers College is in the middle of the block between Broadway & Amsterdam (Zankel building).
Everett Lounge is immediately to the left of the main entrance.
You will need to show ID when you enter the building.

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