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SYMPHONICS LIVE ft. SHAWN RANDALL & Special Guests

2012-07-16
Showtime: 10:30PM
Doors Open at 9:45PM

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An evening of performances by NYC singer-songwriters, poets, and more, hosted by founder and emcee Shawn "Mr. Symphonics Live" Randall.



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Symphonics Live ft. Shawn Randall & Special Guests
FEATURING:
Shawn Randall, emcee
Other performers, TBA

Symphonics Live is a multidisciplinary evening produced and hosted by Shawn "Mr. Symphonics Live" Randall. The event showcases the finest singer-songwriters and poets in NY. Along with elements of dance and improvisation, the show promotes generosity, love, and creativity through the continual exploration of humanity through performing and visual arts. The event has sold out shows at the Blue Note, The Zipper Factory Theater, and the Bowery Poetry Club.



Founder and executive producer of Symphonics Live Shawn Randall is an actor, poet, singer, writer, producer, and freestyle emcee. He competed in the National Poetry Slam with Team NYC URBANA of the Bowery Poetry Club, and he has extensive experience in Off-Broadway theater, including working with the acclaimed Blue Man Group, a staged reading of Middle Finger at the Joseph Papp Public Theatre, and performances at the Bardavon Opera House, Ensemble Studio Theatre, La Mama E.T.C., and BAM. His film appearances include Slings and Arrows, an independent that won the award for Best Feature at the Avignon/NY Film Festival.

Tonight's edition of Symphonics Live will feature performances by a host of special guests to be announced soon. Check back frequently for more information!

 

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