Nkosi Nkululeko is a brilliant new poetic voice from Harlem, who’s carefully crafted works explodes when he delivers his passionate performances.
Programs in the performing arts
Unwavering feminist, American musician and pioneer of the Riot Grrrl movement
Cult movie icon (Evil Dead), Bruce offers a humorous look at his career and experience in Hollywood. Or, bring Bruce’s new game show, LAST FAN STANDING, to your next event!
“With my music, I’m providing a safe haven for folks as the government fails…There are times when the Haitian people can’t speak out. But I can write a song.”
Legendary icon — singer, activist, scholar, artist — inspires audiences with a moving and memorable mixture of song and spoken word.
Bernice Johnson Reagon and daughter Toshi Reagon have worked on civil rights music projects including the scores for the films Africans In America and BEAH: A Black Woman Speaks.
Jim Lucas travels nationwide, delivering hundreds of performances of Dr. Martin Luther King’s I Have a Dream, I’ve Been to the Mountaintop and other works in a dramatic one-man show.
Renowned human rights activist, musician and Cambodian genocide survivor. Inspiring change with incredible stories of hope, endurance, and survival through the power of music.
Known to millions as a children’s entertainer, Raffi believes that the key to building a humane and sustainable world lies in how we treat our children, a philosophy he calls Child Honouring.
Recreating the remarkable life of famous abolitionist, feminist, and escaped slave Sojourner Truth, Kathryn Woods memorializes one of the most significant figures in American history.
Jeff Lieberman reminds us how little our senses detect and understand reality! He combines his passions for art and science in ways that reveal how one influences the other.
Original Civil Rights Movement Freedom Singer – Civil and Human Rights Activist. President and founder of Community Projects, Inc.
Comedian and Actress, Diana Yanez one-woman show tells a powerful, fantastically funny personal account of growing up Cuban, Catholic, and closeted in Miami!
Journalism professor and NPR commentator, Riley’s books on the Beatles and John Lennon are consider definitive works. He also speaks about the way that social media has changed the face of journalism.
Award-winning political humorist, feminist, and crusader for LGBTQ rights, Clinton has been called “a savvy, witty observer of American life”, and uses humor as a tool for social change.
Having covered 9 national elections, Brodner draws upon his use of portrait caricature, art journalism, and visual essays to provide political commentary on hot news of the day.