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New Genre XX Presents: "Expatriate," a Two-Act Play with Rhythmic, Vocal-Driven Music Throughout

On this edition of ST, we welcome the poet/playwright/actress/musician Lenelle Moise as well as the actress/singer/songwriter Karla Mosley, who comprise the dynamic and diversely talented duo behind "Expatriate," a two-act, two-woman drama-meets-music performance piece that was presented Off-Broadway to glowing reviews in 2008, and that will soon be offered here in Tulsa by the Living Arts Gallery as part of that organization's New Genre XX Festival. As propulsive and enchanting as it is streetwise and jazzy, "Expatriate" will be staged at the Nightingale Theatre, at 1416 East 4th Street, at 8pm on both Friday the 1st and Saturday the 2nd. (You can learn more about this production here, and more about the twentieth annual New Genre extravaganza, more generally, at this link. You can also visit the official site for "Expatriate" here.) Also on today's show, Dr. John Henning Schumann of OU-Tulsa, our medical commentator, presents a brief essay called "Let the Buyer Beware."

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