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Residencies, etc. Community Partnerships and Collaborations. Count the Possibilities. “The students loved you. You worked your magic” Rev. John Miyahara, Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA “We had no idea there’d be dancing in the aisles” Valerie Simpson, owner, the Sugar Bar, NYC .

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residencies etc

Residencies, etc

Community Partnerships and Collaborations

count the possibilities
Count the Possibilities
  • “The students loved you. You worked your magic”Rev. John Miyahara, Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA
  • “We had no idea there’d be dancing in the aisles”Valerie Simpson, owner, the Sugar Bar, NYC

Residency: One to 52 weeks of intensive performances and activities within a community, engaging diverse educational, service or cultural organizations and their constituents in positive, productive work/play.

  • The purpose of Paula Larke residencies is the growth of cultural awareness, sensitivity and respect, strengthening of core values for character development, and faith-enhancing FUN.
from the motherland to another land
From the MotherlandTo Another Land

White Bred and Dark Wry

Mixing traditional mythological tales with song-driven personal tales of cultural conflict, Paula embraces the irony of assimilation with dry humor and rueful reflection, sometimes with explosive, task-taking hilarity. She confronts popular and traditional culture with the same humane eye, looking for signs of decency and fairness in each.

Stories at the Table

lessons in etiquette with back beat and consciousness

  • The Methodists and the Catholics in Blackface

Ghana comes to visit in a tight white collar

12 Steps to the City, Hallelujah

facing a dying nations with supreme visions of salvation

  • Hare Krishna and Power to the People:

flowers from a Black panther?

  • My Family’s America: High Roads and Back Roads

searching among the ruins for ancestral cadences

who s in your community
Who’s in YOUR community?
  • Paula Larke can find them and bring them together.
here s paula
Here’s Paula!
  • Put this on your bulletin board!