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Rust Belt’s ‘Godiva’ bares it again

Shout Out 
musical has her own rea- Actors and patrons alik
son for wanting to partici- kept asking us to bring i
Rust Belt Theater Com- pate in a burlesque show. back, so we did,” Joki said

pany is bringing back Positive body image is the The cast includes Nicole
“Godiva: A Burlesque major theme in this show Zayas, Mary James, Lyn

Musical” for a three-week- ... realizing that everyone Sabeh, Josh Yohman, Kag
end run starting Friday. is unique, and beautiful in Coven, Hunter Thomas,

Written by Robert Den- their own way.” Jessica Patoray, Amand
nick Joki and Josh Taylor, It includes the songs Rudnytsky, Lisa Torrence
“Godiva” tells the story of 
“Grin and Bare It,” Rachel Clifford, Keit
a group of women in a “Betty’s Back Door,” “My Stepanic, James Hain, Abi-
small town who band Eyes Are Up There,” gail Kremm, Janell

together to stage a bur- “Cakes and Pies,” “The Yohman, Heather Powell
lesque show. It was Happiest Family in Town Celena Coven an

inspired by the legend of That Everyone Hates,” “A Bernadette Lim. 
Lady Godiva, as told in the Pretty Nice Place to Live,” “Godiva” will be staged

19th century poem “Medusa,” “Big Girls Don’t at 8 p.m. Friday and Satur-
“Godiva” by Alfred Ten- Move Like That,” “Remind day through July 27 at th

nyson, in which a woman Me How To Dance,” “Bon- Calvin Center, 755 Mahon-
disobeys her wealthy hus- fire” and “Let Down Your ing Ave., Youngstown
Special band and is forced to ride Hair.” Tickets are $15 for adult
ru ce Ho or rn ns sb by y, se e co on n d froom m leefft, an nd d th he e N N o is se emmaak k e rss wi ill  pe er r fo or r m a a t 8 p. .mm.. S u n da ay y    
naked through the town as “We premiered the and $10 for students and
athe Go oo od d y e ar r Th he e a te er r, 12 2 011 E . Ma a rk k e t St t. , A k roon n. . H o rn n s b y’ss la a teesst t r e le e a see,,   punishment. show four years ago and it senior citizens. For reser-

“Absolu ut t e Ze er ro o , ” i n cluud de es s a p pe ea ar ra a n ce e s b y ja az z z d ru u mmme er r  Ja ac ckk De eJ Jo oh h n et tte e a nd d  Ju us st tinn     According to Joki, has becomevations or more informa-
e no on n  of f Bo on n Iveer r. Tic ck ke et ts s r a n ge e froom m $ $4 44 4. .5500 too $ 844..5 5 0. .“Each character in the  requested production. tion, call 330-507-2358. 

Youngstown amp hosts jazz, gospel events

Shout Out jazz supergroup BWB. 

His latest album is 
Two events previously “The Highest Act of Love,” 

held on Central Square in which features appear- 
downtown Youngstown ances by vocalist Denise 

move to the Youngstown Williams and guitar 
Foundation Amphitheatre player Paul Brown. 
this weekend. Tickets for the 7 p.m. 

Grammy winner Nor- show are $25 for reserved 
man Brown will perform seats and $10 for general 

at the Youngstown Wine admission. 
and Jazz Festival on Sat- Fortune has released 

urday and Grammy nomi- eight albums in his career, 
nee James Fortune will starting with his 2004 
headline the fourth 2Deep 
debut “You Survived” and 
Entertainment Gospel is known for such songs as 
Festival on Sunday. “I Am,” “Favor of God,” “I 

Brown has sold nearly Believe” and “I Trust 
two million albums of his You.” He received two Special to Shout Ou

guitar-driven jazz since Grammy nominations in NNo or r ma a n  Br ro o wnn wi il l  h ea ad-   
his 1992 debut and has 2012 for best gospel song llin ne e  th h e Y Yo ou un n gs st t o wn n Wi ine  

worked with such contem- (“Hold On”) and best aan nd d  Ja az zz z  F e sttiv a l on n Sa at tur- 
porary jazz superstars as gospel album (“Identity”). 
Boney James, Dave Koz Also performing will be dda ay y a t th h e Y o u n g stto own 
FF o u nd da at tio o n Ammpph hi it h e at tre e.
and Gerald Albright. He Disciples of Praise and the 
won a 2002 Grammy for Warren City Wide Youth 

Shout Out / best pop instrumental Choir. 
 ong tim m e RE EMM  ba a n d ma a te e s Mi ik ke e Miill s, , le ef ft, an nd d Pe et te er r B Bu uc c k, , rig gh ht t, re eu un niite ed d in n Clleev ve ella a nd d      album “Just Chillin’,” the Doors open at 5 p.m., 
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same year he began tour- and the music starts at 6 are available at the Covell
ico on nj ju un nc ct tio o n w wi ith h th he e  city ho o st tinng g th he e Ma aj j o r Le ea agguue e Ba as se eb ba alll Al ll-S S ta a r Ga am me e. .  Th he e ba an nd d, ,      ing with Kirk Whalum, p.m. Tickets range from Centre’s Southwood

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i Lin da a Piitm m o n aan nd d Sc co o tt Mc cCCa au ugghhe ey y (n no ot t piic ct t u reed d) ).Braun, trumpet, in the Tickets for both events through Ticketmaster. 

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