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Black Theatre United and the Making of "Stand For Change"

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1:00pm-2:00pm ET
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Join 2020-21 Dean’s Scholar-in-Residence Vanessa Williams and the co-founders of Black Theatre United to discuss their mission to protect "Black talent and Black lives of all shapes and orientations in theatre and communities” and their collaboration with NYU music creators on BTU’s forthcoming theme song, “Stand For Change.” Moderated by alum Kevin Haden (MA '08, Music Composition), MPAP Director of Academic Operations and Director of the Unplugged Ensemble.


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