The Tempe Historical Society's 2017-2018 lunchtime lecture series runs through April 11, 2018 in the museum's Community Room.
“La Reina Cubana….. ”
with Sule Greg C Wilson
Sule Greg Wilson’s lifelong passion is providing people experiences for growth and change. He has over forty-five years as a dancer, storyteller, musician and “energy mover.” He is a photographer, writer, archivist and educator. His musical talents grace documentary soundtracks, and the Carolina Chocolate Drops’ 2010 Grammy Award -winning recording, Genuine Negro Jig. Wilson’s book, “The Drummer’s Path: Moving the Spirit with Ritual and Traditional Drumming” is considered a standard in the field, and his play, Keep a Song in Your Soul: The Black Roots of Vaudeville was nominated for Best Musical of 2011 by the Chicago Black Theatre Alliance. Admission is free, with coffee and light refreshments provided.