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What a piece of work is a man!

Written by Marita A. McKee (BWS Class of 2023) Reimagining Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Fat Ham follows Juicy, a young Black queer man, as he grapples with his identity and the rather complicated task of avenging his father’s death (it is a tragedy, after all). And while I was somewhat familiar with the classic masterpiece, seeing this …

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Fat Ham on Broadway

By: Maria Belisario It is a challenge to instill the Shakespeare genre to the newer and younger minds of today, but Fat Ham has done just that. This 500-year-old story is turned upside down in a jam-packed 95-minute show, with no intermission! There were many moments where I laughed my butt off, where my heart …

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Kimberly Akimbo

 By: Kayci Rose Kimberly Akimbo was an extremely well-performed & well-written show. Centered on 16-year-old Kimberly, born with a disease that causes rapid-aging, the musical’s main message was to live life without letting anything or anyone hold you back. It also implored it’s audience to be unapologetically authentic; the universe will always send people who …

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I Need to Take more Risks

By Rebecca Girija Jimenez It’s easy to tell yourself, “I need to take more risks, I should step out of my comfort zone.” And sure, most of us try to, but rarely are we in environments where we feel safe and free enough to step out of our comfort zone and not judge ourselves. The …

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Challenging Ourselves to Do more Individually & Collectively

We are outraged at the growing hate and violence towards Asians, Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders throughout this country and the world.  We call for an end to the rising violence and anti-Asian hate incidents. Watch this LIVE conversation among artists from our community that are reaching out for help and others that share their …

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AAPI Statement of Solidarity

We are outraged at the growing hate and violence towards Asians, Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders throughout this country and the world. We, at R.Evolucion Latina, are appalled and deeply saddened at the recent tragic shooting in Atlanta to the everyday attacks happening in cities like New York and San Francisco over the …

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