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Join us to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the Gateway Irish Mummers --  a lively, comic ,traditional Irish Folk Theatre group that has performed throughout Ireland and Scotland as well as here in the U.S. Jelani Akil Jones as Fredrick Douglass and Michael Hickey as Daniel O’Connell with Jerilynn Bedingfield and Micael Yerushalayim commemorate Mr. Douglass’ 200th birthday and his journey to Ireland as an escaped slave to find and meet with the worldwide abolitionist and Irish Liberator Daniel O’Connell in a scene from Sandra Hughes’ We Have Risen --  a performance piece commissioned in 2016 by Art on the Atlanta Beltline with support through the Consulate General of Ireland in Atlanta, We Have Risen tells the story of Ireland’s journey to independence with an historic African American dimension.They’ll also be Irish stories told with a southern flavor and traditional Irish music performed by Mickey Nelligan. Visual Art inspired by Irish and Black History in Ireland and Atlanta conceived by Sandra Hughes, designed by Michael Hickey and Sandra and constructed and painted by Michael will be on view and available for sale via silent auction. 

And we have another recommendation . . . After Gateway's event continue to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day just minutes away at Fiddler’s Green with a Celtic Evening featuring the Nearly Normal String Band (Viva and Neil Araki) and The Irish Brothers (“Captain” George Hergen and Sandy “Sandyman” Flynn) March 17, 8:00 pm, at First Existentialist Congregation of Atlanta in Candler Park. 

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CD Album
Now Available!

Original Spoken Word

Poems, Stories, Memoir, Dramatic Monologues

Written and Performed by  Gateway's Sandra Hughes

Flute Music Composed and Performed by Sandra Hughes

 Piano Music Composed and Performed by John Burke



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Produced by Gateway Performance Productions and made possible in part by support from the City of Atlanta Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs through Power2Give.org/Atlanta and individual contributors: Christina Bayne, Julie Baggenstoss, David Burke, Jae Traina Cosby, Jennifer Denning, Pamela Gardener, Michael Hickey, Grant McGowen, Tom Spach, Peter Traina

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 Gateway Performance Productions' programming is made possible in part by grant awards from  the Fulton County Commissioners with the guidance from Fulton County Arts and Culture and Sevananda Food Co-op. Gateway is a member of Alternate ROOTS and is on the Georgia Council for the Arts Touring  Roster.
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