The Karamu House, The Cleveland Shakespeare Festival & Mamai Theatre Company

Photo Credit to: The Cleveland Memory Project-Karamu House
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Dee Perry celebrates the 100th anniversary of The Karamu House, the oldest African American Theatre, with founders' son Dr. Roger Jelliffe.  Then, a musical showcase of The Cleveland Shakespeare Festival's The Life of Timon of Athens, with original songs by Gary Lee. Plus, Bernadette Clemens and Meghan Grover from The Mamai Theatre Company, share a scene from their current production, Three Sisters.

 

 

 

Guests: 

Dr. Roger Jelliffe- Cardiologist

David Hansen- director

Brian Pedaci- actor

Bernadette Clemens- Co-Artistic Director/Producer of Mamai Theatre Company

Meghan Grover- actress of Mamai Theatre Company

 

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The Karamu House

Jun. 11, 2015
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The Cleveland Shakespeare Festival

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Mamai Theatre Company

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