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Thank you for joining us for /peh-LO-tah/ at the RJO. This performance weaves together music, dance, poetry, and images in a way that gives us a lot to talk about. Are particular moments standing out to you? What moments resonated as true? Are there spaces that you or people in your community can count on as truly liberated spaces? Share your thoughts in the comments! AUDIENCE RAVES “Brilliant, moving, provocative & engaging.” – @jcanales “Ritual…

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In 2017, Marc Bamuthi Joseph was commissioned by the Kennedy Center to write the play /peh-LO-tah/, which “uses the universal game of soccer to examine immigration”. This show has received national praise since its debut and ArtsEmerson is beyond excited to welcome this production to the Paramount Center May 1-5. Before you attend this riveting show, check out this blog detailing the exciting life of poet, activist, dancer, teacher and playwright, Marc Bamuthi Joseph! Bamuthi…

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  In WET: A DACAmented Journey, Alex Alpharaoh tells his true, real life story of what it means to be an American in every sense of the word except one: on paper.      As a writer, performer, poet, activist, director, producer, and teacher based in Los Angeles, Alpharaoh is able to capture the imagination of audiences and provoke meaningful discussions in a variety of mediums. His ability to convey a story through the written word—and…

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