Buffalo Soldiers in the Philippine-American War: A Crisis of Conscience
Date(s) & Time(s): Sat, Jun 17, 2:00 PM
Duration: 60 mins w/out intermission
Location: 2781 24th St, SF, CA, 94110
Venue: BRAVA Cabaret
Early Bird: $20, Advance: $25, Door: $28
Audience members and participants are encouraged to wear a mask to protect against COVID-19. We ask people who have a temperature or feel unwell to not attend.
Engagement funded in part by:
The San Francisco Arts Commission, Yerba Buena Gardens Festival
Production DetailsBuffalo Soldiers in the Philippine-American War: A Crisis of Conscience
This presentation is a preview workshop for its upcoming Fall premiere. Buffalo Soldiers in the Philippine American War: A Crisis of Conscience deals in an artistic fashion, the dilemma African American soldiers had over the American military's treatment of native Filipinos, which in some ways was historically similar to their treatment by white society in the U.S.John Calloway
John Calloway has been a mainstay in the Bay Area jazz, Latin and world music scene for more than 45 years, performing with and arranging music for with such renowned musicians as John Santos, Marcus Shelby, Israel "Cachao" Lopez. John has also collaborated in multimedia projects in theater, film, and television, including a collaboration with Carlos Baron in "Son de la Mision," scoring music for the HBO film "Hemingway and Gelhorn," and winning an EMMY in 2019 with his composition "No Hay Nada Mas SF" for SFG Productions. He is also the long time director for two preeminent ensemble in the Bay Area, the Latin Jazz Youth Ensemble of San Francisco, and the Afro Cuban Ensemble of San Francisco State University.