Critics' Picks
Best Supporting Performer
: Yvonne Singh


In numerous recent roles, YVONNE SINGH achieved the goal of any theater
artist: to make the artifice of stagecraft appear real. Singh brought
grounded credibility to roles as dissimilar as a noble tribal leader in 15th-
century Africa in Essential Theatre’s Leaving Limbo; a snaky, Satanic
ringmaster in dreadlocks and ringmaster gear in 7 Stages’ Come On in My
Kitchen; and several service-industry laborers in 7 Stages’ Nickel and Dimed.
Singh faithfully demonstrates the ability to bring the most abstract material
or highfalutin’ ideas down to earth with the rest of us.
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ZORA
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Kevin McNeir's
Review/Interview

Join us for the final
event of the 2013 MLK
week, "Zora", presented
by Dr. Yvonne Singh.
This one-woman show
highlights the life of
author Zora Neale
Hurston, and how it is
connected to Dr. King's
Letter from Birmingham
Jail.



Yvonne Singh (C'82)Presents
ZORA
Friday, January 25
, 2013
at 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Georgetown University
ICC Auditorium
37th and O St., N.W.,

Washington DC, 20007
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