For two nights only, Carpenter Square Theatre presents Albert Bostick’s
one-man show “Fabulous Fibs, Fables, and Folklore.” Performances will take
place at 7:30 p.m. on August 2 and 9 at the theater located in downtown
Oklahoma City at 800 W. Main.
Suitable for the entire family, the show shares the wit, wisdom, and
laughter of Africans and African-Americans through their folklore, proverbs,
and melodies that grew out of slavery and continue into modern Black life in
Originally from New Orleans, Mr. Bostick is known in the region as a
renaissance man—an actor, storyteller, visual artist, director,
choreographer, musician, and more. He has performed and taught throughout
Oklahoma and across the United States. In conjunction with his performances
at Carpenter Square, there will be an exhibit of his visual art in the
theater’s lobby gallery.
CST regular season ticket holders and flexible punch card holders will be
admitted free. Tickets for the general public are $10 for adults and $5 for
students. Reservations are highly recommended. Call CST at 405-232-6500.