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Review: ‘Word Becomes Flesh’ & ‘for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf’ at Theater Alliance

There is a critical conversation going on in Anacostia right now that may be one of the most  urgent and honest exchanges between black women and black men the American theater has ever known. The conversation is between two choreopoems, one composed and staged from a black man’s point of view (Marc Bamuthi Joseph’s Word […]

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ATLAS Presents Marc Bamuthi Joseph’s ‘red, black & GREEN: a blues’ on May 10-12th by Renee Littleton

ATLAS PRESENTS: MARC BAMUTHI JOSEPH’S red, black & GREEN: a blues What sustains life in your community? Featuring, Tommy Shepherd, Traci Tolmaire, Yaw, and set design/installations from Theaster Gates The Atlas Performing Arts Center is pleased to present the Washington premiere of red, black & GREEN: a blues (rbGb) on May 10-12, 2013 from Oakland-based spoken […]

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