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Webster Hall Presents

Daniel J. Watts' THE JAM: LOVE TERRORISTS (A Benefit for Orlando)

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Sunday, Jul 31, 2016 8:00 PM EDT (7:00 PM Doors)
The Marlin Room at Webster Hall, New York, NY
18 years and over

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Hamilton’s Daniel J. Watts (HBO’s “Vinyl,” Motown the Musical) and WattsWords Productions, in association with Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, presents Daniel J. Watts' THE JAM: LOVE TERRORISTS (A Benefit for Orlando) on Sunday, July 31 at New York’s famed Webster Hall (125 East 11th Street) in the Marlin Room for one night only. Doors open at 7pm, the show begins at 8pm.


“In light of the recent events, most notably the horrendous mass shooting at Pulse night club in Orlando that rocked the world last month, we need to galvanize the masses to speak openly, honestly, and sincerely about our fears and differences so that ultimately we can come together as a society,” said poet/performer/activist Watts.  “I aim to do that with this original THE JAM: LOVE TERRORISTS.  It is paramount that we support each other and use our talents to the betterment of humanity.” 


A play-on-words, THE JAM pays homage to Watts’ great-grandmother who, after making jam from scratch, would share with others what she was unable to consume herself.  THE JAM is Watts’ continuation of that legacy featuring his original spoken word, often set to music and/or dance.  


THE JAM: Love Terrorists is a veritable call to arms, demanding any and all to terrorize with love.  The final lines of the title poem read:

Life is a blessing and then you die.

What better way to die than from loving to death?

Love is a weapon of mass construction.

Use it at your leisure.

These are our demands.


Watts will be joined by his band The InnerView, including lead vocalist Derrick Baskin (Hulu’s “Difficult People,”Whorl Inside A Loop), Hamilton’s Ephraim Sykes (HBO's “Vinyl”) on drums and vocals, Taharqa Patterson (Lights Out On Broadway) on guitar and vocals, Hamilton’s Voltaire Wade-Greene on bass and vocals, and Taylor Williams (The Color Purple, She Loves Me) on keys, with Preston Dugger III (Motown the MusicalMemphis) aka DJ Duggz spinning through the evening.  Beyoncé’s music director and bassist Divinity Roxx (ImPossibleThe Roxx Boxx Experience) joins the bill, as well as special performances from the casts of HamiltonOn Your Feet and Shuffle Along.  The official after party features DJ Duggz.



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