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    Word Becomes Flesh

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    September 28, 2013

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    Word Becomes Flesh

    Using spoken word, dance, hip hop and live music, this performance examines race, power and fatherhood in contemporary society.

    First performed by Marc Bamuthi Joseph in 2003, Word Becomes Flesh returns to the stage, re-invented with an ensemble cast from a new generation. With deep honesty and raw physicality, the play integrates hip hop theatre and contemporary dance performance to deconstruct black male identity in the 21st century....

    Using spoken word, dance, hip hop and live music, this performance examines race, power and fatherhood in contemporary society.

    First performed by Marc Bamuthi Joseph in 2003, Word Becomes Flesh returns to the stage, re-invented with an ensemble cast from a new generation. With deep honesty and raw physicality, the play integrates hip hop theatre and contemporary dance performance to deconstruct black male identity in the 21st century. Join us in the beautiful, recently renovated Blackman Auditorium for this inspiring performance.


    Blackman Auditorium

    360 Huntington Ave
    Boston, MA 02115

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    $10 General Admission,


    $5 Students w/ID



    Phone: 617-373-7098


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