Drumstruck Featured on WNYC's "Soundcheck" May 26

News   Drumstruck Featured on WNYC's "Soundcheck" May 26 Drumstruck, the interactive South African musical now at Off Broadway's Dodger Stages, will be featured live on the May 26 edition of WNYC's (93.9 FM) "Soundcheck" program.

The segment will run from 2 PM to 3 PM, and feature performances as well as an interview with director David Warren. Drumstruck has played engagements across the world. According to the website www.drumstruck.com, "each and every member of the audience is given a small African drum upon entering the auditorium. A drum that will echo with rhythm and life as the show gets underway. [Drumstruck is] a show that is not merely the province of a small elite of actors, dancers, and performers. [It is] a show that grows and changes organically with every performance. A show that belongs to the audience, as much as it does to the man on stage. When you go to a show with the Drumcafe on the stage, you don't just sit and watch; you sweat, you laugh, you cheer, you applaud, you whoop, you holler, you dance ... and most of all, you drum."

Drumstruck is produced off-Broadway by Drum Café, Dodger Theatricals, and Visual Spirit in association with Globility Inc.

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