Skip Corris 
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Re: “Dark Days for the Black Arts

Since I came to Ohio in the early eighties, several names have brought honor and respect to Cleveland far beyond its borders and made me proud to be an audience member and participant: Ray Shepardson, James Levin, the Silvers, Fred Sternfeld -- and high among those names, Terrence Spivey. Over the years, I have attended many Karamu plays. To name only a few, I was thrilled with Karamu's original productions God's Trombones and Before I Die: The War against Tupac. I sat unable to move after seeing the devastating Ruined, laughed out loud at The Odd Couple and The Bow Wow Club, and was transfixed by the magic of Caroline or Change, Yellowman, and most recently, The Shadow Box. In addition, I was proud to participate in staged readings and the epic The Great White Hope. Mr. Spivey has shared his vision and talents with all of Northeast Ohio. Please, Karamu, do not let internecine politics deprive Cleveland of the gift of Terrence Spivey.
~ Skip Corris

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Posted by Skip Corris on 12/19/2011 at 7:22 AM

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