Toronto, On – Dwayne Morgan, two-time National Poetry Slam Champion, author & producer presents the 23rd annual “When Brothers Speak” Spoken Word Concert, Saturday, November 26th, at 8 PM at the St. Lawrence Center For The Arts. Morgan, founder of Up From The Roots entertainment is Canada’s respected spoken word guru. Up From The Roots entertainment promotes the positive artistic contributions of African Canadian and urban influenced artists. Morgan, the curator, producer, and host of “When Brothers Speak” puts together the best of the best for this popular event. “When Brothers Speak” was established in 1999 and remains North America’s largest and longest running showcase of black, male, spoken word artists.
“When Brothers Speak” celebrates the voices, stories, and talents of Black, male, spoken word artists. The 2022 edition of the show will feature performances by Ontario’s first Poet Laureate and recent Scarborough Walk of Fame inductee, Randel Adjei, World Poetry Slam Champion, Ian Keteku, Toronto’s Intentionally Nathan, Buffalo’s Brandon Williamson and Vegas’ Obbie West. Audiences agree, the talent line up is always impressive & the show continues to inspire. “When Brothers Speak” not only celebrates the talent of the artists, but their contribution as mentors.
WHAT: 23rd annual “When Brothers Speak” Spoken Word Concert
WHEN: Saturday, November 26
WHERE: St. Lawrence Center For The Arts – 27 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1B4
TIME: 8PM EST
TICKETS: Tickets available now through Ticketmaster ($45-$65) https://www.ticketmaster.ca/