WHAT: Performance by Marlon Carey, hip-hop storyteller
WHEN: Monday, Jan. 31, 7 p.m.
WHERE: On Zoom
Tickets (by donation): https://www.eventbrite.com/e/243584195887
Greenfield, MA — The LAVA Center is proud to host an online performance by Marlon Carey, hip-hop storyteller.
Blending the elements of Theatre, Hip-hop, Poetry and Storytelling, Marlon Carey aka Inphynit will perform a live set of new and classic material, that delves into his Jamaican immigrant background, growing up in a single parent home in Brooklyn, NY during the crack era, to being a father of three and balancing his art with his family life during the last two years of the pandemic.
Marlon Carey is a Poet Educator Artist Communicator Entertainer. He has taught Poetry and Creative Writing workshops in schools for several years in the New England Area and was named “Best Hip Hop Poet” by the Cambridge Poetry Awards two years in a row, designated as Boston Cantab Lounge’s “Grand Slam Champion” and the Lizard Lounge Boston’s “King.” Based in Providence, RI, Marlon wrote, directed, and acted in From A Distance, LAVA’s first online short play festival, in June of 2020.
This is a Zoom event. Reserve your space for a donation of your choice: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/243584195887
The LAVA Center is an arts incubator, black box theater, and community space in Greenfield, MA. It is located on the first floor of 324 Main St., in the heart of Greenfield’s Crossroads Cultural District. It is run by Local Access to Valley Arts, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation. https://localaccess.org