Come join Old First Reformed Church & Ken’s Kabaret this coming Monday, March 21st (YES, SPRING IS HERE!) as we celebrate the arts. Bringing you an eclectic taste of the arts of Philly, this Monday you can sample the likes of:
- Old First Reformed’s own Bruce Clark will be singing gospel and some of his own original music.
- Tira Misu: a short film by Len Guercio, starring Philadelphia’s own Harry Philobosian. Like the Italian dessert, this film offers a semi-sweet cinema contrivance with a twist.
- Tony Mecca, a troubadour that rocks….really! Tony serves up wisdom via delicious storytelling with pop, blues, folk and plain old Rock ‘n Roll.
- Poet Nicole Connor will deliver her performance art rendering of “Wanderlust in the Land of Mistrust.” You won’t want to miss it.
- Debra Leigh Scott, the founding director of Hidden River Arts, will be reading from her recent book, “Other Likely Stories.”
- Julie Conover, a local attorney and professor, will be reading her first published story, “The Voucher.”
Come enjoy, mingle and meet some of Philadelphia’s freshest voices. Show begins at 7 p.m.. Refreshments will be served. Price: $10.
— Ken Bingham