November 7 - November 7
Felonious Munk has updated his smash-hit Second City performance and is bringing it to the First Person Arts stage. This is a hilarious yet harrowing first-person story of how one black man went from six years in a state prison to a six-figure job in corporate America. Felonious then transitions to a new life as an activist and satirist in his one-man show debuting at the First Person Arts Festival.
The performances on Wednesday, Nov 7 and Thursday, Nov 8 will be followed by talkbacks with Felonious Munk.
$24 Early Bird (Before Nov 2) / $30 general
$21 FringeArts / First Person Arts member
$2 FringeAccess member
$32 at the door
About Felonious Munk
Felonious Munk is a thought-provoking comedian, social commentator, and television personality most often seen on Comedy Central. He appears regularly on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, where his acrobatic use of the English language is only bested by the topics he covers. He is also the co-creator, host, and writer for the groundbreaking Afrofuturism and Black Side of the Moon shows, the latter of which he was nominated for a Helen Hayes Award.
About First Person Arts Festival
The 2018 First Person Arts Festival is focused on overcoming. Dive into real, personal experiences that include: the challenges of life after incarceration, coming out (again and again and again), gathering the pieces and rebuilding your life after divorce, and many more stories of strength, determination, and the power of the human will. Returning for 2018: First Person Arts workshops that will help guide you in unleashing and harnessing the power of YOUR voice.