FRI.JAN.11 on CATALYST: TC Storyteller DAVID DANIELS/Remembering the Real MLK

hear TC playwright/spoken word artist DAVID DANIELS (founder of the Reggae Theater Ensemble) tallking about his new play "Cancer, Peace, Love and Assorted Realities", performed one night only SAT. JAN.19th.(EVENT info below) Daniels continues the autobiographical journey he began in his last work "Black HIppie Chronicles", which synthecizes politics & culture from a unique point-of-view. ALSO: Remembering MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. Host Lydia Howell (Be on 612-354-3762)

KFAI: 90.3 fm Mpls 106.7 fm St.Paul ONLINE:live-stream & archived for 2 weeks after broadcast on the CATALYST page at

EVENTS info:

Sun, Jan 13, 2013
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Remembrance of Life and Call to Action


Join Protect Minnesota, MADDADS, From Death To Life, and others at the annual Remembrance of Life and Call to Action. We will honor the lives of those we have lost to senseless gun violence. If you have a picture of a person you care about who has been lost to the violence, please bring it to put up on the Remembrance of Life tree.

You will also find out what one person can do to help reclaim the right we have to live in communities safe from gun violence. There is much we can do together to bring about change. Learn how you can help ensure that our elected officials stand up for our freedom from gun violence and the devastation it causes.

Click here to sign the Freedom From Gun Violence petition. Then RSVP to the event.



Event Location

Church of the Ascension
1723 Bryant Ave North, Minneapolis 55411


SAT.Jan.19, 7:30pm: Cancer,Peace,Love and Assorted Realities



Long Doe Records Presents
Cancer,Peace,Love and Assorted Realities-A one man Performance written and performed by David Daniels (founder of the Reggae Theatre Ensemble)
DREAMLAND ARTS 677 Hamlin Ave, North St. Paul 55104

What happens to the adult flower child still rooted in the '60's and early '70's when he is slapped with a Stage 4 Blood Cancer diagnosis? Writer and performer David Daniels updates his Black Hippie Chronicles monologue with this autobiographical tale.
Directed by Philip T. Hunter who previously directed Black Hippie Chronicles. The two collaborated on the radio drama "Scenes from a Reggae Western"

Dreamland Arts in St.Paul offers a fine intimate space for this highly personal work.

MORE INFO by calling Dreamland Arts at 651-645-5506 or by going to

 This performance will benefit the Minnesota Chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society,an organization that I,David Daniels can personally attest to the effective assistance they offer to those impacted by the disease.