Running: AMOK

Running: AMOK is a spirited stage play written by performance artist Khadijah Ali-Coleman about one of the most life-changing experiences a woman may face– sometimes willingly, sometimes while screaming and kicking, and always without a user-friendly manual. Featuring original music and honest dialogue, Running: AMOK will leave you laughing, singing-along and contemplating the miracle of sychronicity, for sometimes it just takes one person to enter your life and change your whole perspective on things. Music composed by Gary Young with noted additional songs appearing after the 2010 season composed by Ben “Hook” Dawson.

The show Running: AMOK appeared in the 2010 Capital Fringe Festival in Washington DC and featured singer/actresses Dionne, Quineice, Teisha Marie and Anonamas.

The cast of Running: AMOK will be performing two songs from the stage play tonight at the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities event, “ART(202) Presents: Teen Parenting Perspectives” which will take place at 7pm at Eastern Market in Washington DC

Learn more about Running: AMOK here.

About Art(202)

Since 1968, the District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) has developed and promoted local artists, organizations and activities.
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