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Sampled: Beats of Muslim Life
A one-woman show that uses poetry, theatre, and movement to explore issues around race, hip hop and Muslims in America. Written and performed by Su'ad Abdul Khabeer PhD, with a special guest performance by Chicago's Kuumba Lynx.
Saturday, December 6, 6:30-8:30pmat BloomBars (3222 11 st NW, Washington, DC)
Princeton alum and playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins '06 received the 2014 Obie Award for Best New American Play on Monday, May 19, at the 59th annual Obie Awards ceremony in New York City. Jacobs-Jenkins was honored for two critically acclaimed Off-Broadway plays this season: Appropriate at the Signature Theater and An Octoroon at Soho Rep. The Brooklyn-based Jacobs-Jenkins is currently a playwright-in-residence at Signature Theatre Company in New York City. His other awards include a Princess Grace Award, the 2013 Sundance Theatre Institute Tennessee Williams Award, and various playwriting fellowships. Plans are underway for Jacobs-Jenkins to teach a course at Princeton next spring.