Performance Wednesday, February 24, 2016 | 2:30 PM

Unpacking American Identity: Black Lives Matter

LaGuardia Performing Arts Center
Utilizing music and themes of the Brown Rice Family, this original theater production engages millennials in a set of brief plays that focus on Black Lives Matter, the contemporary social justice movement.

LaGuardia Performing Arts Center
LaGuardia Community College

31-10 Thomson Avenue | Queens
(Alternate entrance at Building E on 47th Avenue and Van Dam Street)
Subway 7 Subway e Subway g Subway m Subway r | Bus: B62, Q32, Q39, Q60
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About Laguardia Performing Arts Center:
LPAC is a cultural bridge and integral part of LaGuardia Community College, located in the most culturally diverse urban area in the world—Queens, New York. LPAC has a long and respected history of engaging, presenting, and producing new artistic work by diverse, international artists. The organization has evolved into a destination for high quality theater, dance, and performing arts from emerging artists who are transforming the international arts community.
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The Somewhere Project is made possible, in part, by generous support from the Howard Gilman Foundation and Martha and Bob Lipp.

Public support for The Somewhere Project is provided by Council Member Elizabeth Crowley.

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