Ise Lyfe performs in Berkeley

Oakland spoken word artist, educator and activist Ise Lyfe will present a staged performance of his new book, "Pistols and Prayers" Friday, March 19 at the Berkeley Repertory Theater.

"Pistols and Prayers" is a cultural collage of spoken word, African American folk spirituals, classical music, Hip Hop and theater, Pistols and Prayers is a celebration of the African Diaspora and its impact on urban America.

Acclaimed spoken word Hip Hop artist Ise Lyfe provides a glimpse into his coming of age as a man, artist and advocate for social change. His journey is accompanied by the African American folk traditions of renowned singer-songwriter Melanie DeMore and young Master Cellist, Michael Fecskes. KMEL's "DC" will be on the 1's and 2's.

"PISTOLS & PRAYERS" by Ise Lyfe begins at 8 PM at the The Thrust Theatre (Berkeley Repertory Theatre) at 2025 Addison St. Berkeley. General admission is $20, with half price tickets for youth ages 17 $ under. (Must be at least 13 years old to attend)

Limited tickets available at the door. Doors open at 7 PM.

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