Sistas, written by Dorothy Marcic, and directed by Christopher Burris
Musical Arrangements by Germono Toussaint
Sistas is the story of African-American women told through popular music, from "God Bless the Child" to Destiny's Child, taking us
on the journey from "Mama Said" to "Mr. Big Stuff" & from
"Tyrone" to "Single Ladies."
Featured in the cast are Jasmé Kelly & Angela K. Thomas
DATES: Mon, July 11 @ 6pm, Thurs, July 14 @ 5pm &
July 21 @ 8:30pm, Sat, July 23 @ 1:45pm,
Fri, July 29 @ 8:30pm & Sun, July 31 @ 3pm
THEATRE: June Havoc Theatre ~ Abingdon Theatre Arts Complex
312 West 36th St. ~ 1st Floor
TICKETS: General Admission $18/Students & Seniors $15
The Midtown InterNational Theatre Festival, now in its twelfth year, celebrates the diversity of theatre. The MITF welcomes theatrical storytelling across a broad spectrum of genres, forms, identities, cultures, and appetites. The MITF seeks to nurture these new ideas, perspectives, and stories on its stages, with an eye set on guiding these productions toward future success and longevity. The festival, traditionally held in summer, represents a fantastic, often paradoxical, adventurous and intriguing cross-section of the forefront of the Theatre World. The MITF proudly hosts production companies from across the country and around the globe, uniting talent in one of the biggest theatre capitals in the world. John Chatterton created the MITF in 2000, a Midtown alternative to other theatre festivals, as a way to present the finest off-off Broadway talent in convenience, comfort, and safety. In 2008, the Festival added two 99-seat theatres and inaugurated the Commercial Division for upwardly mobile shows with commercial ambitions.