The Night Michael Jackson Died

Tue Aug 28 2018

10:30 PM (Doors 10:00 PM)

S.O.B.'s

204 Varick St. New York, NY 10014

Ages 21+

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Celebrate MJ's Birthday with this incredible production at the Legendary SOB's!

"He bought the Beatles Catalog. He owned 50% of Sony publishing. He called Tommy Mottola the devil. If I was Prince I would watch my back beefing with Warner Brothers." - #NiteMJDied  

The Night Michael Jackson Died is the story of a chance encounter by complete strangers in a club in Little Havana, Miami on June 25, 2009, after MJ’s last curtain call. Written by Award-Winning Playwright and Co-Founder of We Act Radio, Kymone Freeman, The Night Michael Jackson Died demonstrates the contrast between the United States and Cuban relations as an ocean of divide is narrowed by a dance floor and the eccentric legacy of MJ.  Equally thought-provoking and relevant, The Night Michael Jackson Died blurs the lines between Black and White, young and old, rich and poor along with right and wrong. With five actors and a DJ, this incredible stage reading will be brought to life taking us back to the good times.

 

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The Night Michael Jackson Died

Tue Aug 28 2018 10:30 PM

(Doors 10:00 PM)

S.O.B.'s New York NY
The Night Michael Jackson Died
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Ages 21+

Celebrate MJ's Birthday with this incredible production at the Legendary SOB's!

"He bought the Beatles Catalog. He owned 50% of Sony publishing. He called Tommy Mottola the devil. If I was Prince I would watch my back beefing with Warner Brothers." - #NiteMJDied  

The Night Michael Jackson Died is the story of a chance encounter by complete strangers in a club in Little Havana, Miami on June 25, 2009, after MJ’s last curtain call. Written by Award-Winning Playwright and Co-Founder of We Act Radio, Kymone Freeman, The Night Michael Jackson Died demonstrates the contrast between the United States and Cuban relations as an ocean of divide is narrowed by a dance floor and the eccentric legacy of MJ.  Equally thought-provoking and relevant, The Night Michael Jackson Died blurs the lines between Black and White, young and old, rich and poor along with right and wrong. With five actors and a DJ, this incredible stage reading will be brought to life taking us back to the good times.

 

The Night Michael Jackson Died

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