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The Migration: Reflections on Jacob Lawrence

The Great Migration comes to life through an explosion of dance, drums and canvas.

US Flag FROM WASHINGTON, DC
MAY 3 - 6, 2018

 

In the spirit of Elma Lewis:
ArtsEmerson, Roxbury Community College, Origination Cultural Arts Center
and the National Center for Afro-American Artists invite you to:

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WELCOME TO BOSTON CAST PARTY
MON, APR 30 @ 7:30PM

Roxbury Community College, Media Arts Center
1234 Columbus Ave, Roxbury Crossing, MA 02120

FREE EVENT!


FREE WITH RSVP
Tickets for this event are complimentary and do not guarantee access. On the day of the event, seating will be granted on a first come, first served basis. Please plan to arrive early to this event to guarantee your seats.


Enjoy a special free night of performances from some of Boston’s best artists, and get fired up to catch The Migration: Reflections on Jacob Lawrence! Join us for a community Meet & Greet as local steppers, dancers, hoofers, and painters honor the company's arrival in grand fashion, kicking off their May 3-6 run of The Migration: Reflections on Jacob Lawrence at the Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre.


FEATURING

Boston Tap Company
Origination Cultural Arts Center
Adobuere Ebiama
Jean Appolon Expressions
Steppin in the Bean
The artwork of Ekua Holmes
Boston Latin School Step Squad
Masters of Ceremony: Shaumba Yandje Dibinga and Barry Gaither



ABOUT WELCOME TO BOSTON

Welcome to Boston cast parties are a signature program of ArtsEmerson rooted in the tradition of visionary arts leader, humanist and Emerson College alumna, Ms. Elma Lewis and co-hosted by variety of community partners. While being feted by performances from Boston’s finest poets, vocalists, dancers, actors and entertainers, this warm and vibrant event presents our artists to the community before seeing them perform on stage.