In Exposing Politics: A Play of Acts, Award winning author/filmmaker/political poet Oscar Sanders meshes poetry with opinions and video depicting news, history and place it in a perspective. Told through the eyes and voice of Midge “Buddy” Fletcher, an aging Broadway theatre janitor who’s always tempted to take to the microphone and tell this story and political opinion to an audience he has no idea is listening.
Oscar Sanders is a multiple award winning author Indie Author Legacy Award Poet of the Year 2017, (NAACP NYCHA JUST READ AWARD 2016 Fiction/Final Hearing, LA, LA NEO NOIR, FILM, & Script Festival 2016 Fiction Final Hearing), Jazz documentaries Billy Bang: Long Over Due (Carmarthen Bay FF 2013 Best Documentary, Capital City Black FF 2013 Best Documentary, Los Angles New Wave IFF 2013, Texas Underground FF 2012, Peoples Film Festival Best Documentary 2012), and seething feature political poetry spoken word performer, and event host of festivals and book fairs. Anders Griffen, of the New York Jazz Record said about Mr. Sanders’ latest film jazz doc Michael Carvin: No Excuses (Official Selection The People’s FF 2017 (released 5/1/17), “The tour of Manhattan performance venues is fabulous…the story is strong and by the end, one feels the collaboration between the musician and filmmaker.” Bronx Book Fair 2017 host/facilitator of poetry segment Weaving our Voices, New York Screenplay Awards 2016, and 2017 Jury Member.
In Exposing Politics: A Play of Acts: Hudson Guild Theatre, 441 West 26th St. Aug. 24th at 9PM, Aug. 26th at 1PM and Aug. 27th at 6pm.