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One person Play “ Hoodwink”

SYNOPSIS: Albie Davis is a singer with a heart of soul. But the world doesn't seem to be ready for Albie's blend of outspoken word, creative freedom and righteous take on pop culture, hip-hop and hairweaves. In order to find her way in a world dominated by Beyonces, booty, bling and the rappers who love them, Albie makes a drastic choice- a choice that might lead her to the brink of either mega-fame or mega disaster. And maybe, just maybe, the love of her life. Melanee Murray is a writer, actor and filmmaker whose short film Race Anonymous recently won the Best Drama Award at the Edmonton Short Film Festival. As an actor on Canadian television she has had appearances in: Young Drunk Punk, Canada’s Heritage Minute, Heartland and just completed work on the Sony independent film, Cor Values. She can be seen in the feature film KPAX starring Jeff Bridges, episodes of 24 and was a series regular on Nickoledeon’s 100 Deeds For Eddie McDowd. Melanee’s solo theatre show The ‘Hoodwink won awards in three categories at the Calgary One Act Festival. Melanee also wrote and performed for Making Treaty Seven for three years with the theatre company One Yellow Rabbit. She has performed on stages at Alberta Theatre Projects and Theatre Calgary. As a writer she has contributed articles to the Calgary Herald, Moments Magazine, and the Critic’s Association Magazine.

Wednesday, February 28, 2018
4:30pm - 5:00pm
Jenkins Theatre
  Black History Month  

Event Organizer

Tracy Garrick

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