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The End Is Near

Below Zero: June 3, 4, 7, 10 and 12

By Kathy Valin · May 26th, 2010 · Fringe
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Think the café poetry scene inspired by the spoken-word poetry and alternative Hip Hop of Saul Williams, West Coast popping-andlocking, T. S. Eliot, Allen Ginsberg, Charles Bukowski, Nas, Wu-Tang Clan and others of their ilk. Casey Scott Leach, a recent CCM Drama grad, brings his sense of anxiety along as he explores with wonder, rage and sorrow the triumphs and pitfalls of our modern world from the viewpoint of a bleak urban mindset to the solace of barefoot appreciation in a natural setting.

Previously presented at the Covington Artisans Enterprise Center, this Fringe project promises new ideas on a new stage.

Below Zero Lounge details here.

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