What's Justin up to this June?

Hello everyone! Wonderful news!

What’s Justin up to this June?

I am now working as the Economic Development Coordinator with the Hyattsville Community Development Corporation (Hyattsville CDC). This full-time opportunity will allow me to learn the ways of applying sound urban planning principles in an up-and-coming economic center. I am humbled and thankful. My position works alongside my work as Content Manager for MyGatewayArts.org until that positions concludes in the Fall. So far my first few weeks have been challenging and inspirational, and I look forward to continuing our work.

 

Additionally, please join me as I appear in a new performance by Alan Sharpe as part of the DC Black Theater Festival called “11 x 8 1/2 Inches.” I am humbled to be part of this great cast!  Alan’s works are heartfelt and humorous, touching and at times risque (don’t mind his dark tones in the short description below, I did say he has a flair for the dramatic). I can’t wait for this rare once-a-year opportunity. Tickets are free and can be reserved ahead of time. Please join us for a great evening. Reserve your ticket online here. RSVP on Facebook here

Alan Sharpe’s African-American Collective Theater (ACT) once again showcases many of DC’s most talented actors, in a steamy new series of his short plays exploring the lives of same gender-loving brothers in the Black community.  Darkly dramatic, explicitly erotic, candidly comic and raunchily romantic, these dramas chronicle the challenges of  brothers ‘in the life” embracing their true sexuality…or still struggling along the road to self-recognition and redemption.  This follow-up to last year’s “Hand to Mouth” provides a sneak peek at another collection of edgy, underground works, not likely to ever make it to the more mainstream stage. Friday, June 29, 2012,  9 p.m. FREE. The Blackburn Center at Howard University, 2400 Sixth Street, NW, Washington, DC.  

Thanks for reading!

Have a good day 🙂

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arts manager and visual artist in the baltimore-dc area. http://soulstrong.com/ http://justinfair.com
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