Saturday December 3

Judith Sloan hosted EARSAY Youth Voices Nuyorican Poet

Come celebrate fifteen years of EarSay’s Youth program in theatre and radio in an evening of performances featuring stories of immigrant youth from Queens New York! Performances about dreams, hopes, fears, risks and living in the most ethnically diverse county in the United States through poetry, music, monologues and song created and performed in collaboration with NYU students from Gallatin School of Inidividualized Study and students from the International High School at LaGuardia Community College.

Featuring singer Alicia Waller and musicians EarSay Youth Voices project includes Emily Wexler- assistant director. NYU students include Salome Egas, Cheryle Chong, Clayton Fejes, Eugenie Thompson and Chloe Troast. International High School students include: Luis Miguel Acero, Sarmistha Das, Gabriela Cruz, Milagros Duran Baez, Trneem Esmail, Juan Gutierrez Perez, Julio Hernandez, Mukarrambon Kasimova, Kenya Lopez, Bianlamar Marquez, Jermain Mercado, Tamara Morales, Masud Rana, David Reyeg, Iosifina Rutledge, Gabriela Snitko.

Recent shows:
Tuesday November 1, at CUNY Law School
Thursday September 29, 7pm Yo Miss! at WNYC’s The Greene Space, accompanied by Andrew Griffin. This event kicks off Brian Lehrer’s live event Election 2016 series. For four consecutive weeks, he’ll lead the conversation about what matters most now in local and national politics, our own communities and our lives. watch the video of the talkback here!