TP Project a Gospel Jazz Inspirational recording artist based in Columbus, OH gives back in conjunction with the Troubadour Club. To find out more information about TP Project go to www.tpproject.org. The Troubadour Club is a private establishment and a musician's haven. What more can you ask for? It’s a great venue, relaxing atmosphere, LIVE band music and an establishment that can host your next private event. For more information go to http://www.clubtroubadour.com/
TP Project and Troubadour present "Jazzy Breeze", 2nd Saturdays’ of the month. Jazzy Breeze not only provides an alternative for good clean fun but features some ofColumbus BEST artist, recording artist, musicians, vocalist, performing artist and spoken word artist. Did I tell you ALL acts are LIVE? Well the month of January will be no short of that as Jazzy Breeze features playwright, director and author Ms. Nanette Hodge. See attached flyer for details.
Nanette Hodge also known as Nanette Marie is native of Columbus, OH. What makes this dynamic artist stand above the rest? Could it be her years of experience of writing commercials; serving as host to an internet talk radio show or using her VOICE to narrate many of Columbus air commercials and productions? Her credits do not stop there. Nanette has directed "The Remaining" performed at Shinsai Theatre, at the Wild Goose Creative, Columbus, OH. Directed "Theatre Meets the Church" performed at Confluence Park, Columbus, OH.
In 2011 she was writer of Short Film in the 48 hour Film Festival, Columbus, OH. What an honor! Nanette theatrical experience is and not limited to Public Relations Director for Nia Performing Arts Theatre Company. Also performs marketing and public relations responsibilities for productions. Serve as emcee and write scripts for guest emcees. Served as assistant to stage play "Deception" in Atlanta, GA. Her writing never stops because in 2013, you can expect the release of her book entitled "Mamas’ Drama" on bookshelves across the country. Lastly, let’s talk about "Mamas' Drama". Nanette Marie wrote, directed, cast, produced, managed, financed and oversaw operations and much more. Mamas' Drama a true story will inspire self-introspection and discussion about one’s relationships with self and others. This production is so good it was chosen and performed at the DC Black Theatre Festival in June, 2012 in Washington, DC.
Let's review the synopsis: "Mamas’ Drama delves into the lives and experiences of four generations as they move through the secrets and lies that create the “mama’s baby daddy’s maybe” condition, which occurs when the father’s identity is withheld or uncertain. Mamas’ Drama explores this condition; which, although prevalent, is rarely discussed. Journey through time (1931-2004) as this provocative and highly-entertaining play follows main character, Josephine, from the innocent age of 11 to the seasoned age of 83. Mamas’ Drama focuses on the indiscretions of the females, and explores the impact their hidden truths have on those directly and indirectly affected by them. This healing play embodies redemption and love and cries out the stories that most people only whisper about”.
I leave you with a question. Are you ready for your healing? If so meet us at the Troubadour Club, 2997 E. 5th Avenue, Columbus, OH, Saturday, January 12, 2013 at 2pm. You will encounter LIVE music by TP Project, good food, drinks and fun and meet the artistry of Ms. Nanette Marie and cast as they present excerpts of "Mamas' Drama".
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