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Greek gods, Yoruba deities and a basketball star take to the court in 'The Half-God of Rainfall'
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Greek gods, Yoruba deities and a basketball star take to the court in 'The Half-God of Rainfall'
Nigerian poet and playwright Inua Ellams’ work “The Half-God of Rainfall” defies definition. In this epic-poem-turned-performance, Greek gods and Yoruba deities mix and the half-god, half-Nigerian-mortal protagonist is an all-star NBA player.
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‘Evita’ revival debuts at A.R.T.
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‘Evita’ revival debuts at A.R.T.
Argentina’s legendary first lady Eva Perón has a life story that was always destined for the stage. From an impoverished childhood in the 1920s she found a passionate romance and became one of the most powerful figures in Argentine history, both beloved and reviled.
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Anna Deavere Smith's ‘Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992’ at A.R.T.
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Anna Deavere Smith's ‘Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992’ at A.R.T.
Starting Aug. 28, the words of more than 40 Los Angeles community members impacted by the brutal police beating of Rodney King in 1992 will echo through the American Repertory Theater.
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Kelvin Dinkins Jr. appointed A.R.T. executive director
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Kelvin Dinkins Jr. appointed A.R.T. executive director
After a rigorous 11-month search, Kelvin Dinkins, Jr. has been appointed American Repertory Theater’s new executive director.
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Chasing magic and finding joy in tap
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Chasing magic and finding joy in tap
Created and led by incandescent tap dancer and choreographer Ayodele Casel, “Ayodele Casel: Chasing Magic” made its onstage premier Thursday night at the American Repertory Theater in Harvard Square.
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