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Glenis Redmond: Telling Stories Through Poetry

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About     Events    Registration     Educator Resources     FAQsphoto credit: Will CrooksGLENIS REDMOND: TELLING STORIES THROUGH POEMS In Telling Stories, Glenis shares her origin story. She reads poems connected to her Carolina heritage as she uplifts people and places. She also honors teachers who ignited her poetic fire when she was in middle school. […]

CONTRA-TIEMPO Activist Dance Theater

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About     Events    Registration     Educator Resources     FAQsphoto by Mitchell D. Wilson CONTRA-TIEMPO ACTIVIST DANCE THEATRE CONTRA-TIEMPO is a bold, multilingual, Los Angeles-based dance company that creates electrifying, politically astute performance work that moves audiences to imagine what is possible. The company engages diverse audiences, cultivates dancer leaders, and centers stories not traditionally […]

Educator’s Series Workshop with Ellis Paul

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About     Events    Registration     Educator Resources     FAQsThis one-hour workshop for educators will explore using music and songwriting in the classroom. Ellis Paul is an award-winning singer-songwriter who has been a key figure in contemporary folk music for over 20 years, with more than 19 albums in his catalog. The first of his […]

The Hero in You with Ellis Paul

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About     Events    Registration     Educator Resources     FAQsTHE HERO IN YOU WITH ELLIS PAUL Heroes change the world. They do something nobody else had the courage to do. Whether they discovered a way to harness electricity or invented a new flavor of ice cream, each of them started as a kid with a […]

Educator Workshop Series: Sing to Freedom: Music and Stories of the Underground Railroad

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About     Events    Registration     Educator Resources     FAQsMUSIC AND STORIES OF THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD In this live, in-person 90-minute workshop for educators, Reggie Harris will share his Kennedy Center Teaching Artist workshop, "Music and Stories of the Underground Railroad." This workshop will compliment Harris' virtual APPlause! Series performance, Music and the Underground Railroad, […]

Reggie Harris: Music and the Underground Railroad

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About     Events    Registration     Educator Resources     FAQsREGGIE HARRIS: MUSIC AND THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD The Underground Railroad is one of the most important chapters in American History. This engaging concert of songs, stories and narratives about slavery and the quest for freedom reveals the hope, power and eventually, the triumph that was accomplished […]

Sonia de los Santos: En Casa Con Sonia

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About     Events    Registration     Educator Resources     FAQsSONIA DE LOS SANTOS:EN CASA CON SONIA Join Sonia from home! Sing along to her beloved songs, learn about the stories that inspire her music, and get to know the work of some of her favorite artists. •   •   •   •   • Acompaña a Sonia ¡desde […]

ArtsPower Theatre on Demand presents From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler

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About     Events    Registration     Educator Resources     FAQsARTSPOWER THEATRE ON DEMAND presents THE MIXED-UP FILES OF MRS. BASIL E. FRANKWEILER Based on the book From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, this musical adventure follows two children who run away to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and find themselves working to […]

A Common Reading Conversation with “Belonging” Author Nora Krug

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A FREE YOUTUBE LIVESTREAM EVENT! Join Common Reading Program Director Dr. Don Presnell and co-hosts Dr. Craig Fischer (English); Dr. Beverly Moser (Languages, Literatures & Cultures); and Dr. Thomas Pegelow Kaplan (Center for Judaic, Holocaust, and Peace Studies) as they discuss this year’s Common Reading selection, Belonging: A German Reckons with History and Home with author Nora Krug. This “ingenious reckoning with the past” (The New York […]