Screaming Bloody Murder

Event Date: 
Sat, 01/22/2011 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm

What happens when families are in strife, youth are angry, the community is running scared, and street justice is taking over?

A night of performance art answering the call.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Vincent Siders and Kaili Turner bring an evening of theater to Roxbury Center for Arts as they present four short plays highlighting violence in urban neighborhoods:

  • Hollering Murder
    Kill you first in the public eye....
    Written by Mwalim, directed by Kaili Turner
  • To Hell with this Village (part 1)
    At this family reunion take three generations, add lighter fluid, and stand back. 
    Written by S. Travis Taylor, directed by Vincent Siders
  • Wounds
    A drive-by gone bad…now fix it or you’re dead.
    Written by Frank Shefton, directed by Kaili Turner
  • Don’t You Fret, Don’t You Frown
    New, original monologues, remembering the cold winter day he was gunned down.
    Performed by Vincent Siders

The program will be punctuated by performances of theatrical dance by Swagga, Inc.

Showtime:  8:00pm - 10:00pm.
Admission:  $20.


Mr. Siders is an actor and director based
in Roxbury; he is a theater instructor for the
Huntington Theater Company, Underground
Railway Theater, and Upward Bound at
Roxbury Community College.



Kaili Turner is a dancer and actor based in
Dorchester; she is CEO for Swagga Inc
and teaches drama and dance at the
Neighborhood House Charter School.