1-Man Present: See LeLand Gantt complete at Ocean County College or university on Feb. 9. (Supplied Photo)
Tickets are on sale for “Rhapsody in Black,” LeLand Gantt’s just one-person display slated for 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 9, at the Jay and Linda Grunin Middle for the Arts at Ocean County College.
The exhibit “explores LeLand’s personal journey to understand and sooner or later transcend racism in The united states. We observe his everyday living tale – from an underprivileged childhood in the ghettos of McKeesport, Penn., to teenage experiments with crime and medicine to scholastic accomplishment and an performing vocation that land grownup LeLand in situations where by he is pretty much the only African-American in the space,” in accordance to OCC.
“His attempts to cope with the different psychological outcomes of continually currently being marked ‘The Other’ are recounted in remarkable and exquisitely moving depth, confirmed to go away long lasting impressions. Numerous things mix to give ‘Rhapsody’ its tremendous-run emotional punch, lots of of them concentrated in the outstanding persona of its star.”
Gantt’s film and television credits include “Miracle at St. Anna,” “Requiem for a Desire,” “Malcolm X,” “Presumed Harmless,” “Law and Order” and HBO’s “The Affair.” He has also carried out on and off Broadway, and in quite a few regional reveals.
Tickets for “Rhapsody in Black” are $10 and will be bought in socially distanced pods. Obtain tickets online at grunincenter.org. A college-time efficiency is also offered at 11 a.m. on Feb. 9. For far more information, or to e-book a team, speak to Jaclyn Wooden at 732-255-0400, extension 2487, or firstname.lastname@example.org. —J.K.-H.