Event

Lunchtime Sessions: Music, Dance, and Storytelling in the Garden

Thursday, November 18, 2021, 12:00 pm
Thursday, November 18, 2021 - 12:00pm

Welcome back to campus for our new free program series “Lunchtime Sessions: Music, Dance, and Storytelling in the Garden.” Grab your favorite picnic blanket, bring your lunch, and join us as we come together to delight in the joy of live performance outside in our newly renovated garden. Lounge on the lawn, discover a new favorite artist, catch up with friends and family, and enjoy our picturesque garden setting during this brand new program series at OMCA. 

Lunchtime Sessions are free and open to the public; tickets and reservations are not required. Food and beverages are not included. In order to maintain safety for all guests and staff, capacity may be limited. Please review our Safe Community Agreements in advance of your visit. 

Limited food and beverage offerings are available in our cafe, Town Fare. We encourage you to bring your own lunch and non-alcoholic beverages to enjoy.


About This Week's Artist: 

Marc Marcel

Marc Marcel has been called, “One of the most consciously aware spoken word artists, ever.” Born and raised in Baltimore, MD, Marcel was diagnosed with dyslexia at the age of 10. He has traveled the world, performed in 8 countries, over 150 American cities, published 5 books, produced 19 spoken word CDs, 20 books of poetry, performed and/or held workshops for over 50 universities, including Harvard and Yale. He has also made 5 national television appearances, (BETJ Lyrics Café, No Reservations, etc.), entertained and the US Military Base in Qatar at the Al Udeid Air Base, and performed at the Smithsonian in Washington DC for the 2009 Presidential Inaugural Peace Ball for President Obama. Marcel is the author of, ‘The Book that Doesn’t Even Matter,’ a philosophy on the meaning of life, as well as the creator and animator of an animated web-series called, ‘Gurus,’ a cartoon satire of history’s greatest philosophers. He is spoken word at its rawest, highest level of performance.