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Anansi Tales REDUX

part of The Bronze Collective Theatre Fest: 2022 Rising From The Muck and Mire proof of vaccine and a mask are required

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Anansi Tales REDUX
Anansi Tales REDUX

Time & Location

Feb 18, 2022, 7:30 PM

Rochester, 142 Atlantic Ave, Rochester, NY 14607, USA

About The Event

Fri., February 18, 7:30 PM- "Anansi Tales REDUX" by {theater}+{náfsi} FOR YOUTH teams up the stories of Anansi the Spider and Br'er Rabbit to provide fun for the family with a lesson tucked inside. The REDUX edition combines African, Caribbean, and African American folklore presented in interactive theatre, storytelling, and puppetry. These stories or folktales are traditionally passed from generation to generation orally to teach a lesson, gain insight on specific situations, or as a pass-time.

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The Bronze Collective Theatre Fest: 2022 Rising From The Muck and Mire

The Rochester Bronze Collective* announces the 8th Annual Bronze Collective Theatre Fest: 2022 Rising from the Muck and Mire from Feb. 17-19, 2022. Shows run 7:30 PM Nightly with two performances on February 19 at 2 PM and 7:30 PM at the MuCCC Theater. Tickets are on sale at

Proof of vaccination and mask required.

Thursday, Feb 17 - 7:30 PM Mr. Soul!  Play Reading Development Series   $5

Friday, Feb 18 - 7:30 PM Anansi Tales REDUX                                                         $15 advance $20 door

Saturday, Feb 19 - 2 PM SPOTLIGHT ON JONAH WADE  Play Reading Development Series $5

Saturday, Feb 19 -7:30 PM The Legend of Double Ax Max                                $15 advance $20 door

The last time the Bronze Collective Theatre Fest was live and in-person, the 6th Annual Bronze Collective Theatre Fest offered a week of theater with eight different performances. The pandemic has reduced their offerings, but their commitment to African American theatrical programming has not waivered.

This year's 8th Annual Bronze Collective Theatre Fest spans three days but four different productions. These theatrical offerings range from children's theater to new play development reading to weightier social introspection and folklore subjects. Local African American producers showcase variations of African American life through the vehicle of theatrical drama.

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