- The Washington Times - Monday, July 9, 2007

The annual Hip-Hop Theater Festival kicks off at 7 tonight in Howard University’s Environmental Theatre with Goldie E. Patrick’s “Love Forever, Hip-Hop.” The show uses the character of H.E.R. — a female personification of hip-hop invented by the rapper Common Sense — to characterize hip-hop culture as the common denominator between the lives of six women. Tickets — distributed on a first-come, first-served basis — are free. An after-party follows at Andalu (1214 18th St. NW), starting at 9:30. Call 718/497-4240 or visit hiphoptheaterfest.com.

Amanda Lewis

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