Sharing our appearance in Madison w/an impromptu riff on History, the Arts and Newark in 2022 while dreaming of Milan and Madrid.
Dimitri Reyes read with exuberance. The Montclair University Dancers were focused and brave as they performed on the pavement. Brava to Serena Brown and Kelly Guerrero. John Trause performed his riveting riff poem about my birth in Newark.
Since Newark became an unexpected subtext for the evening, I did an impromptu turn on my history, Modernism and Newark as well.
The City of Madison provided good stage lighting and a excellent sound system. All in all a really good night. Next stop Milan and Madrid !!!
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danielpquinn | Newark, NJ 2/10/21
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