Anansi Tales: Br'er Rabbit ed Revival

By theater}+{náfsi} FOR YOUTH, Directed by Reuben J. Tapp Anansi Tales: Br'er Rabbit edition is back for one night of folklore for children's theater family fun.
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Anansi Tales: Br'er Rabbit ed Revival

Time & Location

Feb 18, 2020, 7:30 PM
MuCCC, 142 Atlantic Ave, Rochester, NY 14607, USA

About The Event

Anansi Tales: Br'er Rabbit ed Revival

By theater}+{náfsi} FOR YOUTH

Directed by Reuben J. Tapp

Tues, Feb 18 – 7:30 PM

Anansi Tales: Br'er Rabbit edition is back for one night of folklore for children's theater family fun.

ANANSI TALES FOR THE HOLIDAYS: BR'ER RABBIT ed is a mixture of African, Caribbean, and African American folklore presented in interactive theatre, storytelling, and puppetry.  Folktales are stories that are traditionally passed from generation to generation orally to teach a lesson, gain insight on specific situations, or as a pass-time.  

ANANSI TALES FOR THE HOLIDAYS: BRÉR RABBIT edition tells the story of African American trickster folktales. This time around the Anansi Tales cast highlights African American folktales primarily from the trickster, Brér Rabbit. 

{theatre}+{náfsi} FOR YOUTH shares these tales with the whole family showing "brains" is always a great option when dealing with obstacles.   This interactive production further enhances and frames the holiday season as a time of communal sharing.  ​ SPECIAL KIDS INTERACTIVE SEATING ANANSI TALES: BRÉR  RABBIT edition has special seating for kids that might want a closer look at the interactive action.  Kids will be asked to be apart of the play from time to time throughout the performance, playing villagers, hornets, calabash, and animals.  

$10 per child/$15 adult price one child free advance price, $20 adult price one child free at the door 

Running Time:90 minutes of fun

theatre}+{náfsi} FOR YOUTH* is the educational and youth oriented division of {theatre}+{náfsi}, a Black Repertory Theater Company. We illuminate the human condition through an African Diasporici.e. African -American, African, Afro-Latino, Afro-Caribbean, etc.). prism. 

We aim to increase consistent representation of African-American theatrical artists, plays, and developing audiences that value those experiences. We hope you will join us. Subscribe to our newsletter to find out the latest of projects. www.mpactoday.com

*Náfsi means "soul" in the language of Swahili.

Cast includes:  Samiyyah Turner, Kim Moronski, Sadiyyah Turner, Kenya Malcolm, Zakiyah Phelps, Josiah Tapp, Allana Jackson, Reuben J. Tapp, Rehani Tapp

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