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black goldfish wings May 12, 2018

JACK & by Kaneza Schaal and Cornell Alston

A response to Kaneza Schaal & Cornell Alston: JACK & (May 10-13 at On the Boards) (Photo: Christopher Myers)

 

enter the fishbowl
you are brown, bald, you are beautiful
objects may be more threatening than they appear
swim at your own pace

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A poem for 'Black Bois' Apr 27, 2018

 Naomi Ishisaka)

A response to Dani Tirrell: Black Bois (Apr 26–29 at On the Boards) (Photo: Naomi Ishisaka)

 

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weighted material burden Mar 30, 2018

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A Poem for On Loving the Muse and Family Mar 2, 2018

Evan Flory-Barnes (photo by Ripple Fang)

A response to On Loving the Muse and Family by Evan Flory-Barnes (Mar 1-4, 2018) (Photo: Ripple Fang)

 

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found poem for Pancho Villa Nov 19, 2017

 Gema Galiana Photography)

A response to Pancho Villa From a Safe Distance (Nov 16-19) (Photo: Gema Galiana Photography)

 

call me Tiger
i hear the voice of Villa
i dig for the poor
for the destiny, for the sad, 
for the weapons
for the mistakes of the voice

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an impure found poem in response to Jomama Jones Oct 23, 2017

Jomama Jones

the voice is heard  and felt
and enters  before  the body

the voice haunts while still alive
ooooh ooooh oooh 
in the distance from the ether
it resurrects us 
before the body has come 
into being before us

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When the Voices Come: A Found Poem After Burning Doors Sep 29, 2017

Belarus Free Theatre: Burning Doors

Belarus Free Theatre: Burning Doors (photo: Alex Brenner)

 

three rusted doors are centered on a blank white wall
the doors are closed
the doors are locked
the doors are not on fire

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Writers Corps Profile: Markeith Wiley by Daemond Arrindell Nov 15, 2016


drawing by Tessa Hulls

This season, an Ambassador Writers Corps* Member will write a profile on each of the nine local artists in 16/17. These in-depth conversations between local artists and local writers will take the place of curatorial notes in the performance programs. 

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