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VINELAND — The Ty Lewis play “Papa May Have,” will be performed that the Rowan College of South Jersey Cumberland campus, 3322 College Drive, on Friday, Feb. 10, presented by the Vineland African American Community Development Corp.
The work of Lewis, who is an author and visual artists as well as a playwright, as been hailed as illuminating, truth-telling, passionate and “full of advocacy.” His book of poems on the African American experience has been recommended by various community leaders.
“Papa May Have” is described as a “story of four brothers who reunite to come to terms with the
death of their father and their relationship with each other. The truth, lies and contradictions all come to a head as they travel along in this modern timepiece.
“Along the way, the brothers poetically grapple with what it means to be black men in a society where there is no safe space for anger or weakness.”
Ty Lewis has been a mentor and youth advocate in Atlantic City and Pleasantville for over a decade. Lewis is now a team leader and force for Covenant House Atlantic City Crisis Center. Lewis attributes all that he is, has and endeavors to be to the grace, mercy and love of his faith and family.
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