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Fannie Belle Lebby’s Sizzling One Woman Show “Ladies of the Blues” lit up The Space

Woodie Award nominee Miss Fannie Belle Lebby performed her one woman show, "Ladies of the Blues", including portrayals of blues artist/jazz singer Alberta Hunter and comedienne Moms Mabley at The Space. Fannie Belle Lebby has merged her active performing career with activist work such as Jobs for Justice. Miss Freida Wheaton's Salon 53 sponsored the evening's performance. Freida's own poems added mightily to the evening.

NOTE ON THE VENUE: The Space is a modern 2,000 square foot "living" art and performance studio that is home to JPEK Productions, founded by playwright/actor, Joel King (a most charming impressario whose hosting made us feel right at home) and business partner Christiaan Cofield. Located at Vandeventer and Lindell (off Grand) The Space sits in the midst of St. Louis University and is walking distance from Grand Center. Learn more about The Space by clicking here.

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