Imagine Being More Afraid of Freedom Than Slavery
"Imagine Being More Afraid of Freedom Than Slavery" that's the name of Pamela's book. and now she has a new show. she's fabulous. and she's a Brooklyn-based artiste PAMELA SNEED in her one-woman show, KONG. LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY â€¢ KUMBLE THEATRE FLATBUSH AND DEKALB AVENUES DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN, NY TUESDAYS DECEMBER 5th, DECEMBER 12th, DECEMBER 19th. 8PM TICKETS: $15 / $12 for student with ID BOX OFFICE: (718) 488-1624 http://www.brooklyn.liu.edu/kumbletheater/ KONG is a new performance work by writer and performer PAMELA SNEED. In this satirical one woman show Sneed addresses cinema and the racially charged images pervasive in new and remade films like King Kong, Hustle and Flow and Freedomland. Sneed also tackles the current political landscape of war in Iraq, the crisis in New Orleans, the lack of American healthcare, gay and lesbian issues, and finally the need for new kinds of activism. PAMELA SNEED is the winner of the 2006 BAX award. She has toured internationally and domestically and has headlined the New Work Now fest at the Public Theater. She is the author of Imagine Being More Afraid of Freedom Than Slavery and the new manuscript, America Ain't Ready. She has been featured in the New York Times magazine, The Source, Time Out, Bomb, Next, VIBE, HX, Off The Record by Karl Lagerfeld, and on the cover of New York Magazine.