Monthly Archives: December 2011

eta Creative Arts Foundation Present The Ladies Ring Shout Dec 18-20 2011

ATTENTION: Due to circumstances beyond our control we regret to inform our supporters that eta Creative Arts has made the decision to cancel tonight’s Ladies Ring Shout performance. Please know that we are extremely disappointed by this occurrence. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause those who were coming out to share the work with us this evening. Many thanks to those who were attendance and those who planned to come out tonight. Know that we appreciate your continued support! Catch us next at Northwestern University on January 6, 2012 and on March 9 and 23, 2012 at Malcolm X College. Please check back with us for updates about future performances and other projects in 2012. New projects, new works, but the same commitment to art that reorients the everyday frame.

— Abra, Felicia & Meida

Inquiries should be sent to eta Creative Arts at: 773-752-3955

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eta Creative Arts Foundation Presents

The Ladies Ring Shout

Dec 18-20 2011

Performances 7PM

Wry, savvy, woeful, riotous, saucy, clever, enchanting all at once, Ladies Ring Shout speaks directly to the deadly gaze of the oppressors and with precise and uncompromising execution dismantles that fetishizing and dares the audience to literally ‘ride or die.’ – Audience Member, Stacey G.

 A production of Honey Pot Performance

Co-devised by Felicia Holman, Abra Johnson & Meida McNeal

Directed by Sonita Surratt

Costumes by Lindsay Obermeyer

Set & Environmental Design by Jeanne Medina

In The Ladies Ring Shout – a performance using a combination of spoken word, movement and an original soundtrack – Felicia Holman, Abra Johnson and Meida McNeal explore portrayals of women of color in popular culture and contemporary society offering their own poignant and personal stories of resistance in this three-woman show.

“There’s potency within this range,” says TimeOut Magazine. “It’s as if the trio’s work is fundamentally a tug-of-war between emotional and intellectual investigation.”

General Admission:

$15 (online price includes $1.52 service fee)

To purchase tickets online click here

To purchase tickets via Box Office call or stop by

eta Creative Arts Foundation

7558 S. South Chicago

10am-6pm M-F

Phone: (773) 752-3955

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by | December 11, 2011 · 8:04 PM