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Continuous Replay: Come Together Virtual Presentation NOV 19, 8PM (EST)

Continuous Replay: Come Together Hosted by Bill T. Jones Opening conversation with Anthony D. Romero, Patrisse Cullors, Nikki Porcher, and Khary Lazarre-White Original Choreography by Arnie Zane Additional Choreography by Bill T. Jones Music by John Oswald Video edited by Janet Wong Cast Alexandra Beller (1995-2001), Andrea E. Woods Valdés (19891994), Antonio Brown (2007-2017), Arthur Aviles (1987-1995), Barrington Hinds (2017-present), Catherine Cabeen (19972005), Chanel Howard (2018-present), Christina Robson (2015-2019), Colleen Thomas (1995-1997), Donald C. Shorter, Jr. (2004-2007), Eric Geiger (1991-1995), Erick Montes Chavero (2003-2015), Germaul Barnes (1996-2004), Gregg Hubbard (1988-1992), Heidi Latsky (1987-1993), Huiwang Zhang (2017-present, I-Ling Liu (2008-2019), J. Bouey (2019-2020), Janet Lilly (1983-1991), Jenna Riegel (2010-2019), Jennifer Nugent (2009-2014, Joe Poulson (2013-2015), Josie M Coyoc (1993-1998), Keith Johnson (1995-1997), LaMichael Leonard, Jr. (2007-2014), Lawrence Goldhuber (1985-1995), Dr. Leonard (Lenny) Cruz (1989-1992), Marie Lloyd Paspe (2018-present), Maya Saffrin (1989-1998), Nayaa Opong (2019-present), Odile Reine-Adélaïde (1991-1998), Paul Matteson (2008-2012), Penda N’diaye (2017-2019), Peter Chamberlin (2007-2011),

Rosalynde LeBlanc (1993-1999), s. lumbert (2019-present), Seรกn Curran (1983-1993), Shane Larson (2016-present), Sha Harrell (2003-2007), Shayla-Vie Jenkins (2005-2015), Stefanie Batten Bland (1998-2001), Toshiko Oiwa (1998-2003), Vinson Fraley, Jr. (2017-present) Supporting cast Myles Jenkins Matteson, August Mars Maude, Kae Oiwa Pires, Maia Oiwa Pires, Dylan Young, Olivia Young with Parsley, Jackson Livestream Production by Nel Shelby Productions Producer/Director - Nel Shelby Livestream Director - Amber Schmiesing Livestream Producer - Benjamin Richards Project Manager - Cherylynn Tsushima

Special thanks to our partners American Dance Festival, ASU Gammage, Bates Dance Festival, Berkshire Theatre Group, Dancers’ Workshop, Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth, ICA/Boston, Indiana University Auditorium, Loyola Marymount University Dance, UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance, and The University of the Arts. Enjoy this presentation?

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BIOGRAPHIES Arnie Zane (1948-1988) was a native New Yorker born in the Bronx and educated at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton. In 1971, Arnie Zane and Bill T. Jones began their long collaboration in choreography and in 1973 formed the American Dance Asylum in Binghamton with Lois Welk. Mr. Zane’s first recognition in the arts came as a photographer when he received a Creative Artists Public Service (CAPS) Fellowship in 1973. Mr. Zane was the recipient of a second CAPS Fellowship in 1981 for choreography, as well as two Choreographic Fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts (1983 and 1984). In 1980, Mr. Zane was co-recipient, with Bill T. Jones, of the German Critics Award for his work, Blauvelt Mountain. Rotary Action, a duet with Mr. Jones, was filmed for television, co-produced by WGBH-TV Boston and Channel 4 in London. The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater commissioned a new work from Mr. Zane and Bill T. Jones, How to Walk an Elephant, which premiered at Wolftrap in August 1985. Mr. Zane

(along with Mr. Jones) received a 1985-86 New York Dance and Performance (“Bessie”) Award for Choreographer/ Creator. Continuous Replay: The Photographs of Arnie Zane was published by MIT Press in April 1999. Bill T. Jones (Artistic Director/ Co-Founder/Choreographer: Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company; Artistic Director: New York Live Arts) is the Associate Artist of the 2020 Holland Festival and recipient of the 2014 Doris Duke Performing Artist Award; the 2013 National Medal of Arts; the 2010 Kennedy Center Honors; a 2010 Tony Award for Best Choreography of the critically acclaimed FELA!; a 2007 Tony Award, 2007 Obie Award, and 2006 Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation CALLAWAY Award for his choreography for Spring Awakening; the 2010 Jacob’s Pillow Dance Award; the 2007 USA Eileen Harris Norton Fellowship; the 2006 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Choreography forThe Seven; the 2005 Wexner Prize; the 2005 Samuel H. Scripps American Dance Festival Award for Lifetime

Achievement; the 2005 Harlem Renaissance Award; the 2003 Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prize; and the 1994 MacArthur “Genius” Award. In 2010, Mr. Jones was recognized as Officier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French government, and in 2000, The Dance Heritage Coalition named Mr. Jones “An Irreplaceable Dance Treasure.” Mr. Jones choreographed and performed worldwide with his late partner, Arnie Zane, before forming the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company in 1982. He has created more than 140 works for his company. Mr. Jones is the Artistic Director of New York Live Arts, an organization that strives to create a robust framework in support of the nation’s dance and movement-based artists through new approaches to producing, presenting and educating. Anthony D. Romero is the executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union, the nation’s premier defender of civil liberties. He took the helm of the organization just seven days before the September 11, 2001 attacks. Anticipating the impending assault on civil liberties in the name of protecting

national security, Romero quickly launched the Keep America Safe and Free campaign to protect basic freedoms. He created the ACLU’s National Security Project, which achieved legal victories on the Patriot Act, uncovered thousands of pages of documents detailing the torture and abuse of detainees in U.S. custody, and filed the first successful legal challenge to the Bush administration’s illegal NSA spying program. During the Obama administration, the ACLU continued its litigation on NSA surveillance and launched litigation and advocacy against the U.S. drone program. Prior to the election of Donald Trump as president, the ACLU released a legal analysis warning that Trump’s policy proposals would amount to a one-man constitutional crisis. Under Romero’s direction, the ACLU has filed hundreds of legal actions against the administration, winning a nationwide stay of Trump’s Muslim Ban just over 24 hours after it was issued, stopping the administration’s family separation policy and blocking the asylum ban. Romero also oversaw the ACLU’s expansion into high-

impact political work. In 2017, the ACLU launched People Power, a grassroots advocacy platform. Since then, more than half a million activists have joined People Power and their advocacy has pushed local governments across America to enact policies to protect immigrants, expand voting rights, and increase voter education and turnout around civil liberties issues. Additionally, Romero significantly ramped up the ACLU’s engagement in direct political advocacy in 2018, scoring several major victories, including the re-enfranchisement of approximately two million voters across three states –the biggest increase in the potential voting rolls since the 26th Amendment was added to the Constitution in 1971. Throughout Romero’s tenure, the ACLU has pursued aggressive litigation and advocacy challenging the greatest injustices of our time, including: high-profile litigation and lobbying efforts to win the freedom to marry for same-sex couples; a nationwide campaign to reduce the prisons and jail populations by 50 percent and combat racial disparities within the criminal justice system; the establishment of a project to

assist in the defense of terrorism suspects being tried by military commission in Guantánamo; an innovative legal challenge to the patents held by a private company on the human genes associated with breast and ovarian cancer; and class-action litigation to ensure that the government cannot block access to abortion for unaccompanied minors in its custody. An attorney with a history of public-interest activism, Romero has presided over the most successful growth in the ACLU’s history, dramatically increasing its membership, national and affiliate staff, and budget. This unprecedented growth enabled Romero to expand the ACLU’s nationwide litigation, lobbying, political advocacy, and public education efforts. Romero is the ACLU’s sixth executive director and the first Latino and openly gay man to serve in that capacity. In 2005, Romero was named one of Time Magazine’s 25 Most Influential Hispanics in America, and he has received dozens of public service awards and an honorary doctorate from the City University of New York School of Law.

In 2007, Romero and NPR correspondent Dina TempleRaston published In Defense of Our America: The Fight for Civil Liberties in the Age of Terror, a book that takes a critical look at civil liberties in this country at a time when constitutional freedoms are in peril. Born in New York City to parents who hailed from Puerto Rico, Romero was the first in his family to graduate from high school. He is a graduate of Stanford University Law School and Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public Policy and International Affairs. He is a member of the New York Bar Association and has sat on numerous nonprofit boards. Artist, organizer, educator, and popular public speaker, Patrisse Cullors is a Los Angeles native, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Black Lives Matter Global Network, Founder of grassroots Los Angelesbased organization Dignity and Power Now. For the last 20 years, Patrisse has been on the frontlines of criminal justice reform and led Reform LA Jails’ “Yes on R” campaign, a ballot initiative that passed by a

73% landslide victory in March 2020. Cullors is currently the Faculty Director of Arizona’s Prescott College new Social and Environmental Arts Practice MFA program, which she developed nesting a curriculum focused on the intersection of art, social justice and community organizing that is first of its kind in the nation. Cullors has exhibited widely across Los Angeles and the United States, from traditional arts institutions to public spaces including Art Basel Miami, Hauser & Wirth, and more. Outside of performance and activism, Cullors is a New York Times bestselling author of When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir. Nikki Porcher is an advocate for Black Women and the Founder of Buy From a Black Woman. She has a list of accomplishments, but the only one that matters is her efforts to keep going. Born and raised in New York City, Khary Lazarre-White is a social entrepreneur, novelist, educator, activist and attorney. In 1995, at the age of 21, Khary co-founded The Brotherhood/ Sister Sol, a now nationally

renowned, Harlem based, social justice organization that focuses on political education, comprehensive youth development and organizing. Over the last 25 years Khary has received a wide array of awards for his work, including from Oprah Winfrey, Ford Foundation, Andrew Goodman Foundation, Brown University, and a Resident Fellowship Award to the Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Center.

Yale Law School where his focus was international human rights law and constitutional law. John Oswald is one of Canada’s most internationally renowned composers, and arguably its most infamous one. Recently he’s composed a new work for supersized sinfonietta, commissioned by Turning Point, for a series of concerts entitled Zappa Varèse Oswald, and Fee Fie Foe Fum, a new work for New York’s Bang In A Can All-Stars, commissioned by Koerner Hall’s 21C Festival. His 1989 album plunderphonic is on the short list for the Polaris Heritage Prize. He is currently mixing a transcription for live performance by rock nonet of the 1994 album Grayfolded commissioned by and featuring the Grateful Dead.

Khary has extensive experience as a speaker across the country, has been a regular featured commentator on national media sites, and has written opinion pieces and essays for an array of national publications. In September of 2017 Seven Stories Press published his first novel, Passage, which is distributed His multifaceted sonic clock, A by Penguin Random House. Time To Hear For Here (2007), Reviewed widely, and named was created to be a permanent among “Best New Fiction” by environment at the Royal The Wall Street Journal, the Ontario Museum in Toronto. paperback edition was released in As a visual media artist and January of 2019. chronosopher he continues to create large-scale chronophotic Khary received his Bachelors in light frescos, and is best known Arts in Africana Studies, with for the series stillnessence — a honors, from Brown University, four-stage retrospective of this and his Juris Doctorate from the work was presented last April at

Artscape Youngplace in Toronto. In recent years the Ensemble Modern Frankfurt premiered his b9, a condensation of all nine Beethoven symphonies; with the bnotions technologists Watchbook, an e-reader app he designed, was launched; he toured the former superpowers America and Russia with the Bill T Jones & Arnie Zane Dance Company, and opened a bar in Toronto, Art and Drinks, which specialized in timebased images, conversations, and sounds, plus beverages. He also continues to regularly improvise music and dance.

academic Fellow at the Marshall McLuhan Institute in Toronto. Jerome Robbins awardee Stefanie Batten Bland, is an interdisciplinary global artist who interrogates contemporary and historical culture. She is a 2020 Baryshnikov Arts Center and Duke Performances COVID commissioned artist. Assistant Professor at Montclair State University, SBB lives in SoHo with her family, where she grew up, daughter of artists.

Alexandra Beller is on faculty at Princeton, Rutgers, and The Laban Institute for Movement He is best known as the the Studies. Alexandra holds a BFA/ creator of the music genre plunderphonics, an appropriative Dance, MFA/Choreography, and form of recording studio creation CMA/Laban Movement Analysis and Bartenieff Fundamentals. which he began to develop in She has run Alexandra Beller/ the late sixties. This has got Dances, a Dance/Theatre and him in trouble with, and also generated invitations from major education company since 2001. She currently directs record labels and musical icons. and choreographs for theatre, Meanwhile, in the ’90’s he began, including the Off Broadway hit with several commissions from show, Sense and Sensibility. the Kronos Quartet, to compose She is currently Directing a scores, in what he calls the Rascali Klepitoire, for classical musicians two-person adaptation of MacBeth, Make Thick My Blood and orchestras. (projected Off Broadway 2021). She develops courses in Laban In 2004 he was appointed as a Movement Analysis, Bartenieff Governor General Media Arts Fundamentals, Directing, Laureate. He was recently a non-

Dramaturgy, Choreography, Pedagogy, and more. For more info: J. Bouey is out here doing their best, damnit. Currently moving on pandemic timing and prioritizing rest, J. is finding their way back to joy. Determined to manifest the dreams dreamt in their youth, J. is assuming this responsibility because these dreams sustained them when the sun didn’t shine or shined too bright to see. Catherine Cabeen, MFA, is a former member of the Bill T Jones/ Arnie Zane Company, the Martha Graham Company, and Richard Move’s MoveOpolis!. Her creative work engages interdisciplinary research and collaboration. Cabeen teaches for the Bill T Jones/Arnie Zane Company and is an Associate Professor at Marymount Manhattan College. Dr. Leonard Cruz was born in Pampanga, the Philippines and raised in San Antonio, Texas. B.A. and M.A. Degrees in Dance from U.C.L.A. M.F.A. and PhD from the University of WisconsinMilwaukee. Cruz is Founder and Director of The Creative, Arts, and Resilience Project (C.A.R.P.) and is

a 500 E-RYT Yogi. Seán Curran’s career includes Bessie award-winning performances with Bill T. Jones/ Arnie Zane Dance Company (1983-1993), four years as an original member of STOMP!, 30 dance works created for his own professional company, and choreography/direction for numerous international opera productions. He is Chair of the Dance Department at New York University. Vinson Fraley, Jr. hails from Atlanta, Georgia. He began his training at the age of 14 under the direction of Lynise and Denise Heard. Vinson studied at Tisch School of the Arts at New York University and was most recently a company dancer for Abraham.In.Motion. Vinson has been fortunate enough to work with many choreographers and instructors including Rashaun Mitchell, Cora Bos Kroese, Gus Solomons Jr., Cindy Salgado, Sean Curran and many more. Vinson joined the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company in 2017. Eric Geiger: I am a dancer. As a dancemaker I’m a collaborator. Making connections within my

body and with other bodies helps me to navigate through, interact with, and attempt to make sense of the world around me. I’m also a dance professor at UCSD and a Feldenkrais Method® practitioner.

Players Theater, Miami Theater Center, Jawole Willa Jo Zollar‘s Urban Bush Women and many more... “Be the change you wish to see in the world.”

Barrington Hinds is from West Palm Beach, Florida. He Lawrence Goldhuber: created began his training at the School work with DV8, Meredith Monk, of Ballet Florida under the Jan Fabre... 1995 Bessie Award direction of Marie Hale. Hinds for sustained achievement. His holds a BFA in dance from BIGMANARTS had seasons SUNY Purchase College and has at Danspace, PS122, Abrons, worked professionally with VERB NYLA... 2002 NYFA Fellowship Ballets, Northwest Professional in Choreography. Commissions: Jacob’s Pillow, Joyce Theater, PICA, Dance Project, and the national tour of Twyla Tharp’s Broadway Danspace, PS122, MassMoCA, show, Movin’ Out. In 2011 Hinds DTW, American Dance Festival, was honored as a finalist for the Whitney, Cannes, Celebrate Clive Barnes Award for young Brooklyn!... talent in dance. He has worked with leading choreographers Born and raised in the heart of Miami, Shaneeka “SHA” Harrell is including Laurie Stallings, Edgar Zendejas, Sarah Slipper, Helen an accomplished dancer, Pickett, Thaddeus Davis, and choreographer, vocalist, and Cherylyn Lavagnino to name a actor. Her work as a collaborator few. Hinds recently danced with includes: Bill T. Jones/Arnie the Stephen Petronio Company, Zane Company; Assistant freelances in commercial, TV, and Choreographer “The Seven” for print work, and is a choreographer New York Theater Workshop; and teacher. Mr. Hinds joined the original cast member of “Fela!” company in 2017. On Broadway; and most recently, teaching incarcerated Originally from Georgia, Chanel young adults of Rikers Island Howard began her dance training Correctional Facility. Other credits include: Richmond Triangle with DanceMakers of Atlanta,

Bill T. Jones/ Arnie Zane Dance under the direction of Lynise and Company. Denise Heard. While attending Dekalb School of the Arts, Chanel Gregg Hubbard participated in the National High BTJ/AZ 88-92. Dancer,makeup School Dance Festival where artist, yogi, cermisist, beekeepers, she received the 2014 young choreographer award. Thereafter, husband, son, brother, uncle, friend. Today I dance for former she moved to Philadelphia to company members who also died major in dance at The University of Aids: Woody McGriff, Jeffrey of The Arts as a director’s full Mclamb, and Andrea Smith. be scholarship recipient. While happy. studying at The School of Dance, she worked with noted Dean Husted was born and raised choreographers: Mark Haim, in Virginia Beach, Virginia where Helen Simoneau, Mark Caserta, he began his training at Denise Tommie Waheed Evans, Wayne Wall’s Dance Energy under the St. David, Netta Yerushalmy direction of Denise Wall and and Bobbi Jene Smith as well as performed in the works of Robert Victoria Flores Cooke. Dean holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from New Battle, Troy Powell, and Benoit Swan Pouffer. Chanel participated York University’s Tisch School as a School of Dance Ambassador of the Arts. He was selected to attend the contemporary at The Montpellier Danse 30 program at The School at Jacob’s Festival in Montpellier, France and studied with Ballet Preljocaj’s Pillow during the summer of 2017, where he performed the works Professional Training Program of Marguerite Donlon, Jae Man in Aix En Provence, France. She Joo, Milton Myers, and the Bill T. represented UArts School of Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company. Dance at the National College During his time at NYU Tisch Dance Festival 2015 and made he was chosen to study abroad her independent artist debut in Berlin under the direction of presenting her choreography Pamela Pietro where he studied at the Center for Performance with Judtih Ruiz-Sanchez, Ayman Research in Brooklyn, NY in Harper, and Erion Kruja. Dean has 2017. Chanel earned her BFA in had the opportunity to perform Dance with honors in May 2018 works by Merce Cunningham, Bill and has most recently joined The

T. Jones/Arnie Zane, and Christina Robson. This is Dean’s first season with the company. Shane Larson was raised in Minnesota, where he received his early training at the St. Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists. He graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, with a BFA in Dance and a minor in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Studies. He also studied at SEAD in Austria. Since living in New York City, he’s branched out to collaborate with punk musicians, film makers, improvisational music ensembles, and sitespecific visual artists. He is also a multimedia video artist making collage-based work about memory. Shane joined the Company in 2015.

transgender dance artist. They earned a BS in both Dance and Exercise Science from Skidmore College and an MFA in dance from The Ohio State University. s. sometimes makes and performs their own solo work, and collaborates on duets with Rachel Sigrid Freeburg. After a brief hiatus from dance, s. is excited to be working on a new project with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company. Paul Matteson’s recent projects include a solo collaboration with sculptor Rosalyn Driscoll and another piece apart, his duet with Jennifer Nugent, that premiered at New York Live Arts in 2018. Paul was a member of The Bill T. Jones/ Arnie Zane Company from 20082012. He teaches at University of the Arts.

Janet Lilly, dancer BTJ/AZ 19831991, is the Director of Dance at UNC Greensboro. Lilly joined UNCG from UW Milwaukee where she led a low-residency MFA program for returning dance professionals. Awarded a 200809 Fulbright Fellowship, Lilly has choreographed and taught as a dance artist in the United States and abroad.

Jennifer Nugent danced with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company from 2009-2014 and David Dorfman Dance from 1999-2007. Nugent’s practices are profoundly inspired by her work with Daniel Lepkoff, Wendell Beavers, Patty Townsend, and her ongoing collaboration with dance artist Paul Matteson.

s. lumbert is a Brooklyn based

Nayaa Opong was raised in Cherry

Hill, New Jersey. She is a 2019 graduate of Mason Gross School of the Arts—Rutgers University and is now in her second season with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company. Marie Lloyd Paspe is a native of Singapore and Philippines who grew up in Mississauga, ON, Canada, and Bellingham, MA. She received her early dance training from Jessica Wilson at MetroWest Ballet and graduated summa cum laude from the Ailey/ Fordham BFA Program in 2016, studying dance performance and business administration. Paspe performed on tour with Carolyn Dorfman Dance, and worked with choreographers Renee Jaworski, Peter Chu, Jae Mann Joo, Omar Carrum, Rami Be’er, Martin Harriague, and Manuel Vignoulle. In 2015, she studied abroad in Israel at Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company’s International Dance Program, where she also premiered her first work. She attended Springboard Danse Montreal in 2017, performing works-in-progress by Peter Chu and Eva Kolarova. Currently she teaches pilates and dance, collaborates/choreographs, and freelances commercial modeling. Paspe is incredibly grateful to

begin her first season with BTJAZ. Donald C. Shorter, Jr. is an artist living in Houston, TX and has holds a B.A. in Liberal Studies from West Chester University with a minor in Dance and an M.F.A. in Dance from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Labels such as activist, choreographer, dancer, singer, actor, gender nonconformist, and drag queen are interchangeable on any given day. Shorter is a former company member of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company. During that time he had the honor of creating THE NAZ with Bill T. Jones, which was performed in his one-man show As I was Saying. Donald has appeared in Broadway national tours such as: Hairspray, La Cage Aux Folles, A Chorus Line, and Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Donald is the creator, writer, and performer of his onewoman show GENDEROSITY, which looks at the process of his drag transformation and uses drag to talk about gender nonconformity. Shorter has restaged choreography from the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company at Barnard College, Towson University, and University of Idaho. He has premiered solo

works at the Pompidou Centre, American College Dance Festival, ALLGOLD artist space at MOMA PS1, The Actor’s Fund Building, Center for Performance Research, 92nd Street Y, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, and at the Performance Mix Festival. Shorter is a former co-host of the two time New York Emmy nominated PBS Digital Studios web series First Person PBS and is an Assistant Professor of Dance at Sam Houston State University.

Opera later he chose a very different path to be part of the independent scene in Beijing. He edits an e-journal advocates dance as a serious art form and critical research practice. Black Strategy Fund Established by Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors, the Black Strategy Fund is dedicated to creating justice and freedom for all Black people by building a community focused on transformative leadership, strategy development, direct action organizing, and advocacy. The fund pays for technical support, capacity building, thought partnership and strategic communications support for individuals and groups leading divest/invest movements across the country.

Andrea E. Woods Valdés is Chair of the Duke University Dance Program and in Ph.D. studies at Texas Woman’s University. SOULOWORKS/Andrea E. Woods & Dancers recently celebrated 20 years of dancing and dancemaking. Woods Valdés is a former dancer/rehearsal director of Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Co. (1989-1994) She views her work as contemporary African The Brotherhood Sistersol American folklore. In 2016, she The Brotherhood/Sister Sol founded wimmin@work, an interis a Black-led social justice generational performance to organization that for 25 years develop Black audiences for Black has worked to respond to wimmin’s creative work. inequality, to train young people to become empowered as social Huiwang Zhang, performer with change agents, and to work to the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane expand a vision of equity, racial Company. Zhang first worked and economic justice. Through professionally with the State innovative wrap-around

programming and intensive mentoring, Bro/Sis empowers young people to develop an analysis of social justice, community, and transformation through an exploration of identity, political education and love. In addition, the organization works to seek broad policy change with regards to three main issues: oppressive policing and an unequal criminal justice system; environmental justice issues including providing a farmers’ market in our community, one fresh food deprived; and issues of educational access for economically poor children from Black and brown communities. Buy From A Black Woman Black Women have been leading the numbers when it comes to starting a business‌but annual sales for Black Women Business Owners are five times smaller than all Women-owned businesses due to lack of support and awareness. Since 2016, Buy From A Black Woman has empowered, educated, and inspired Black Women business owners and the people who support them, ensuring that Black Women have the tools and resources that will allow them to be successful. Through educational programs,

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LIVE ARTS CONTRIBUTORS New York Live Arts is deeply grateful to all the individuals listed below for their vital gifts to New York Live Arts over the last year: $500,000 and higher Anonymous Slobodan Randjelović & Jon Stryker

Deborah Ronnen Temple St. Clair & Paul Engler Billie Tsien & Tod Williams

$100,000-$499,999 Booth Ferris Foundation Ruth & Stephen Hendel Ellen M. Poss

$1,000 - $4,999 Gerald Appelstein Robby Browne Charlotte & Charles Buchanan Jeannie Colbert Elizabeth Diller Philip Gallo Morton Glickman Michael & Deborah Goldberg Deborah Hellman & Derek Brown Judith and Steven Gluckstern Michael Keegan James Krents Kyung-Lim Lee Turrell & James A. Turrell Glenn Ligon Robert Longo Anna Maltby & Akshay Patil Tommy McCall & Victor Zonana Nancy Meyer & Marc Weiss Susan Micari Helen Mills & Gary Tannenbaum Pat Minard Thomas Nichols & Daniel Chadburn Anonymous Mark O’Donnell PR Consulting Inc. Rita Salzman Amy Schulman Cindy Sherman Catharine R. Stimpson Kristalina & Jack Taylor Kate Whitney & Franklin Thomas Bruce & Megumi Williams Timothy Wu &Eric Murphy

$50,000 - $99,999 Jane Bovingdon Semel & Terry Semel Zoe Eskin Eleanor Friedman Helen & Peter Haje Suzanne Karpas Alex Katz Foundation Barbara & Alan D. Marks Matthew Putman $25,000 - $49,999 Anonymous Patricia Blanchet David Dechman & Michele Mercure Adam Flatto Alexes Hazen James C. Hormel & Michael P. Nguyen In Loving Memory of Linda Grass Shapiro Charla Jones Lorraine Gallard & Richard H. Levy Amy Newman & Bud Shulman Diana Wege $10,000 - $24,999 Bloomberg Philanthropies The Brant Foundation, Inc. Claire Danes & Hugh Dancy Colleen Keegan Jonathan D. Lewis & Mark Zitelli Julie Orlando Pace Prints Phillips Andrea Rosen Alanna Rutherford Ruby Shang Nina & Gabe Stricker Pat Stryker $5,000 - $9,999 Zaire Baptiste & Voodo Fé Agnes Gund Bill T. Jones & Bjorn Amelan Jeffrey B. & Wendy Liszt

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