Duke Ellington School of the Arts Brings Dinner Theatre to St. Mark’s

Fri Dec 9 | 7 p.m. St. Mark's

The Literary Media and Communication’s Department (LMC) at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts presents, “A Blind Impulse,”” a Dinner Theatre.

Enjoy an evening of dinner theater while supporting some St. Mark’s youth that are involved! The Literary and Media Communications department at Duke Ellington presents “A Blind Impulse“: professional actors perform scenes from Senior Playwrights.

A Blind Impulse” takes scenes from 13 LMC Senior Playwrights presented in a Directed Reading, staged by a professional director and an ensemble of professional actors.

Threading all of the scenes is how in spite of the myriad of ways we defeat each other, the blind impulse against those things is one towards love.

The Zimbabwean poet, Dambudzo Marcherea, inspired by the work of these rising playwrights, penned these words…

“I am against hate. I am against war. I am against anything that diminishes the individual’s blind impulse to love.”

Where: St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Capitol Hill

When: Friday, December 9, 2016, 7 p.m.

Tickets: $25 general admission (includes dinner.) Content PG-13

Tickets available online (use button below) or via text “LMCDinner” to 41444 

For more information, contact: Kit Arrington.

Proceeds from the event will support the Spring 2017 trip to South Africa of 21 LMC students, which will be featured in a pre-show reel.