PRE-SHOW EVENT
“RECORD STORE 24”

Reading of a new original play about a 24-hour record store, in which the owner tries to help a
despondent streetwalker who is wary of street life. RS/24 celebrates vintage vinyl music and ancestral wisdom.

WHEN

Sunday, September 30
10PM

WHERE

Westin Cadillac Detroit
Venetian Ballroom
4th floor

TICKETS

$15 suggested donation at door,
but pay what you can.

STARRING: CLAYTON LEBOUF

Before landing recurring roles in critically acclaimed network and HBO series, including “Homicide: Life on the Street,” “The Wire, “Something The Lord Made,” and other award-winning productions (“Law & Order,” “The Corner,” “Show Me A Hero”) Clayton worked the regional theater circuit. In the early 1970s & 1980s, he was a DJ /MC spinning vinyl in Yonkers, NY, and in the top “dance spots” in Washington, DC. He has established a reputation as a versatile actor/playwright and “RS/24” (“Record Store 24”) is his latest work for the stage.

Scene from "RS 24" staged production at Anacostia Playhouse, Washington, DC