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Proof of vaccination is not required to attend a performance at NBPAC. Face masks are welcomed but are not required. Details for NBPAC are available at: https://nbpac.org/covid-health-safety/
All programming information is subject to change. Fees may apply.
Mason Gross students and faculty reflect on the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s. legacy through art.
The program includes an excerpt from a documentary about 1919 Rutgers alum Paul Robeson, a jazz medley of “Balm In Gilead” and “Precious Lord” by the award-winning Scarlet Knights Jazz Trombones, a performance of Valerie Coleman’s Portraits of Langston, choreography and accompanying dance film by EdM student Cassidy Rivas, an excerpt from faculty and artist Steffani Jemison’s Same Time, a scene from Katori Hall’s The Mountaintop, and remarks from Rutgers University President Holloway and Chancellor-Provost Conway.
Free and open to all; no tickets required