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Something Positive Presents: TRIBUTE TO CHERYL BYRON

Dear Friends:
Join Something Positive on Saturday, June 6, 2009 at 7:30pm as we present our annual tribute to our Founder Cheryl Byron, with TRIBUTE - CELEBRATING THE LEGACY OF CHERYL BYRON at Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts @ Long Island University (Flatbush Avenue between DeKalb Avenue & Willoughby Street - Brooklyn, NY).
The company will present new works, as well as signature pieces, The Gift written by Artistic Director, Michael Manswell and choreographed by the company's rehearsal director Sonny Salina; and Cheryl Byron's critically acclaimed Ancestral Chant.
Mark your calendars!  We look forward to seeing you there.
Something Positive
FOR TICKETS... Contact the Kumble Theater Box Office at  
718-488-1624 or online at Kumble Theater

Something Positive is a performing arts company dedicated to the art and culture of the African Diaspora and its cross-cultural influences.  Utilizing a unique blend of storytelling, theatre, music, poetry & dance, Something Positive specializes in original multimedia presentations. 

P.O Box 100535, Brooklyn, NY 11210
Phone: 347-240-0581
Join Something Positive on Facebook & Myspace
Michael Manswell, Artistic Director
Cynthia Salandy, Associate Artistic Director
Sonny Salina, Rehearsal Director
Shaun M. Rasmussen, Publicity
Cynthia Salandy & Tony Cox, Costume Design and Realization
Sandra Bell, Stage Manager
Bernard Bobb, Production Assistant
Donna Chong & Zoe Mocker, Photography
Michael Esguerra, Graphic Designer
Bill Glover, Lighting Director
Alvin Jowers, Sound

Top Photo: Cathy-Ann Branker Diamond, 2007 Photograph © Donna Chong
 Cheryl Byron, Portrait by Tony Cox
Promo photos by Zoe Mocker © 2009

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