Hip Hop has captured the hearts and ears of so many since its birth in the 70’s. Expanding and changing into so many things, seemingly having children as the art took on spaces in clothing, dance, visual art, movie and video, as well mutli faceted auditory entertainment of all sorts. Today a young woman, Davida Smith, chronicled it’s impact on her life via a script that has turned into the stage play “Hip Hop Is Alive”. The play features Adrione Domino, Mark Caesar, Gian “G-Prospective” Smith, Nicole Collins, Trenton “T-Ray” Thomas, Chuck “Lyrikill” Jones, Rosa Clay, Jayla Williams and Jevon “RQ Away” Thompson as well as Davida herself in a multi act demonstration of the pervasive art form. After a series of showings in the 2011 New Orleans Fringe Fest & a follow up one night showing in 2012, we are excited to announce that Hip Hop Is Alive will be featured in this year’s Atlanta Fringe Fest!! If your up for the ride please come to ATL to support a great demonstration of NOLA talent and love for the genre that has touched us all. If you aren’t able to make the trip please support the play by donating to the Indie Go Go campaign headed by Ms. Davida Smith more info and show times below.
Hip Hop Is Alive at the Atlanta Fringe Festival
June 6th - 9:30 p.m.
June 7th - 11:00 p.m.
June 8th - 3:30 p.m. & 9:30 p.m.
June 9th - 2:00 p.m.
Theatrical Outfit | 84 Luckie St NW - Atlanta, GA 30301
Passes will be available for purchase on May 6th on
Hip Hop Is Alive (Indie Go Go)