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Spectrum Dance Theater: A Rap on Race

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A Rap on Race enlivens the current conversation around race and equity, mixing dance and theatre to create a fully original, groundbreaking artistic work based on an iconic 1970 conversation about race between two towering personalities who had never met before—novelist and social critic James Baldwin and the famed anthropologist Margaret Mead. Co-created by award-winning director/choreographer Donald Byrd and Pulitzer-nominated actress/playwright Anna Deavere Smith.

Box Office Hours: TUE 12-6 pm; WED – FRI 12-5pm; For ticketed events: SAT 2 hours prior to curtain, 90 mins. all other days.

Free event parking attached to the center.