Thanks to The Paul Robeson Performing Arts Company (PRPAC) for choosing one of our photos for their most recent production. The PRPAC is producing “Mama Said There Would Be Days Like This” with Omanii Abdullah at Jazz Central. We saw a similar production when it was staged at CFAC. The shows were directed by Ryan Johnson-Travis.
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Baldwinsville-bred comic Dan Frigolette appeared on W. Kamau Bell’s show recently and nearly hijacked the street interview with a obscure R&B reference. We knew Dan was funny, but had no idea he was up on Debarge. We like it!
Frigolette will be doing a comedy workshop next month at Jazz Central.
The laughs were punctated by stories about Hip Hop, relationships, parties and pet dogs.
Cunningham, who happens to be hearing-imparied, was making her U.S. and Syracuse premiere.
During an intermission at a comedy show last night at Jazz Central, Rae Sunshine performed one her poems , which was an imaginary conversation between Mr. Do Nothing and Ms. Say Something.
Her group Underground Poetry Spot will be performing a full show later this month at Art Rage Gallery.
Central New Yorkers turned New York City comics Moody McCarthy and Dan Frigolette came home to the Jazz Central stage last night for two shows.
McCarthy took a satirical view of his alma mater’s mascot (Moody’s a Corcoran alum) and family gift giving, while Frigolette (an SU grad) engaged the crowd about the chances of a Jersey guy picking up women from Manhattan and a comedian’s limitations in hierarchy of show business.
MC for the show was ESM grad Justin Taylor.