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Kimberly Dark | You Are My Singing Lesson

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You Are My Singing Lesson

by Kimberly Dark

Kimberly Dark's work is personal, powerful, political - performance poetry that ranges from love poems to the moments where the personal and the political collide.
Genre: Spoken Word: Storytelling
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Opera
1:22 album only
2. Let Me Tell You About Style
3:22 album only
3. Marilyn's Smile
4:48 album only
4. Highway
2:58 album only
5. It's After 5
7:02 album only
6. Truth and God
2:00 album only
7. The Park
1:48 album only
8. Tall Strong Titty-Shaking Miracle
0:59 album only
9. Box of Paints
1:47 album only
10. The Puna Coast
2:04 album only
11. Tulips
3:14 album only
12. Faith
1:14 album only
13. Drum
2:52 album only
14. I Could Drink A Case of You
2:17 album only


Album Notes
Kimberly Dark continues to work tirelessly on her abilities as a parent, poet, professor and raconteur who can unfold the world through performance, smooth out the crinkles from folding, read the legend and say "You Are Here." Someday she will even be able to refold the world and fit it back into the glove-box. Her practice includes writing every day, walking on the beach with her teenage son, teaching in classrooms, online and anywhere else that seems appropriate.

She travels far and wide performing stories that scandalize some audiences and affirm the very existence of others. She wins theatre awards, enjoys standing ovations and endures days when settling down to a more regular life seems more sensible. She has performed and taught in fancy theatres and esteemed classrooms as well as in the jungle where the frogs chirp so loudly and the rain falls so hard, one has to pause to accommodate. She loves a technically well-equipped venue, but also loves a stage where there’s nothing swanky – just the body, the voice, the word and the audience. Some of these things qualify her as an artist; some of them just qualify her.

Kimberly's writing and performances have delighted and incited audiences at theaters and universities across North America and Europe for the past ten years. She continues to teach sociology at Cal State San Marcos and University of Hawaii when her schedule allows. Her frequent themes are gender, sexuality, poverty, privilege, parenting and education. Her work blends humor, poetry, story-telling, education and social research to stimulate both social analysis and action.



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