How The Light Gets In: An Evening of New American Micro-Musical Works

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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

How The Light Gets In is a new concert presentation of micro-musicals – 30 minutes or less – commissioned by NYMF (with support from The ASCAP Foundation and Jan Brandt), in an effort to create more space for arts-based civic engagement in our Festival.

Directed by Jonathan McCrory (National Black Theatre) and co-curated by Zhailon Levingston (Broadway Advocacy Coalition), participating artists include: Ty Defoe and Tidtaya Sinutoke with Water Is Life; Lelund Durond Thompson and Jason Michael Webb with Ilathi: The Gift; and Ryan Scott Oliver and Nessie Nankivell with Otherbody. A moderated conversation with artists discussing the process of developing their micro-musicals will follow the concert.

Visit the How The Light Gets In: An Evening of New American Micro-Musical Works website:

http://www.nymf.org/festival/2017-events/how-light-gets-evening-new-american-micro-musical-works/