Play: Zooman and the Sign Reimagined
2500 W. North Ave, Baltimore MD, 21216 November 11, 2015, 5:00 - 6:30pm
Zooman and the Sign, performed at Coppin State University from November 20-23, shares the tale of a bereaved father who, after the killing of his 12-year-old daughter, posts a sign accusing the entire community of cowardice in the face of ever-escalating violence. How do people act, and what could be done differently? Coppin State University actors perform a scene from the play and engage the audience in dialogue on alternative (loving) behaviors to guide outcomes to more positive places.
This event took place in conjunction with the exhibition No Doubt: Mental Health Challenges and Love
An exhibition featuring art from four communities addressing the role of love when mental health challenges are at play. Clients of Mosaic Community Services, Make Studio and On Our Own Baltimore exhibit works, alongside art by Coppin State…