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"Ken's stories carry a deeply felt understanding of Caribbean cultural traditions, which he gives us with wit and infectious laughter"
The Storycrafters - Barry Marshall & Jeri Burns. Philmont, NY. email@example.com
All of Ken's stories are informed by his growing up in Guyana, working throughout the Caribbean region, and living in America since 1996. Ken also tells folk, traditional, and literary tales.
POETRY PERFORMANCE -
Some of the finest oral/aural poetry of the English speaking Caribbean - selected for their "performability", drama, insight, wit, resistance, and for their wide reaching variety. An "edutainment" program.
STAND UP -
Ken draws from his observation of everyday and the "everyman" experiences, with the concept that people and living are essentially bizarre. An adult audience preference.
"Dig de Riddim Sing de Korus" is designed to excourage and explore various ways to add interest and dramatics into storytelling. The source material will mainly be poetry and song. 60-120 minutes.
“Ken’s stories carry a deeply felt understanding of Caribbean cultural traditions, which he gives us with wit and infectious laughter.”
The Storycrafters – Barry Marshall & Jeri Burns, Philmont, NY. firstname.lastname@example.org
Three videos of Ken's varied performances
ORAL INOCULATION - www.youtube.com/watch?v=gG56sWdiyD
BARBADIAN GIVING DIRECTIONS - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zg05ORWjHGQ
Three Caribbean poems https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHYdOKmQ4w8
Ken lives in Chapel Hill, NC
919 240 7413
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