Temples of Lung and Air
Written and Performed by KANE SMEGO
Directed by JOSEPH MEGEL
PRC2 | Elizabeth Price Kenan Theatre
Joan H. Gillings Center for Dramatic Art
120 Country Club Road
Chapel HIll, NC 27599
A HIP-HOP ODYSSEY THROUGH RACE AND IDENTITY
Poetry, rap, and storytelling join forces in a tale of race, whiteness, language, and Hip Hop as a global community. Writer-performer and UNC graduate Kane Smego draws on his experience as an international touring poet, Hip Hop artist, youth educator, and native of the American South in this virtuosic one-man show.
set design TORRY BEND
light + projection design DOMINIC ABBENANTE
sound design ERIC COLLINS
production stage manager LIZ RAY
A StreetSigns production
presented by PlayMakers Repertory Company
PlayMakers Producing Artistic Director
PlayMakers Managing Director
JUSTIN D. HASLETT
PlayMakers Producing Associate
Box Office: 919.962.7529
For more information click here.
See feature in The Indy here.
Kane Smego. Photo by Abby O. Photography.
Click below to see five-minute clip of excerpt from Temples of Lung and Air performed by Kane Smego. Video by Saleem Reshamwala. Edited by Mandy Padgett.
This production was supported by the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources
www.NCArts.org and by the Paul Green Foundation, Inc. -- Serving the Arts and Human Rights since 1982.