ZAC 2022 Spring Brochure

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JANUARY - MAY 2022

RETURN TO LIVE PERFORMANCES!

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2022 SPRING

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I attended the show yesterday and it was MAGNIFICENT!!! It was my birthday gift from my husband — I loved it!!! I was proud to be a part of the first in-person show since the Covid shutdown AND Mark's first stage debut as the Executive Director — congrats!!!

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DEAR FRIENDS, Last fall, we opened our doors not knowing what to expect. When I received the above letter shortly after guest artist Acrobuffos literally breathed beautiful silk shapes and life into the air of Baker Hall, one word came to mind: gratitude. Gratitude that the arts center opened its doors and grateful that our audiences walked through them with smiles on their faces. The past few months have afforded us the opportunity to reconnect with you, our audience, the artists who missed performing for you, and with our entire campus and surrounding community. We’ve heard wonderful singing, seen colorful costumes, and shared spaces with people who love to see live arts and entertainment. I know that our performances this spring—Flip Fabrique, National Geographic Live, Memphis Jookin', Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass, and Godspell to name only a few—will continue to build on the excitement and anticipation we felt in the fall. Thank you for coming back to Zoellner. Your presence gives us the fortitude to continue infusing the arts into our community as we look forward to celebrating our 25th anniversary next season. With Gratitude,

Mark Fitzgerald Wilson Executive Director

COVID-19 SAFETY INFORMATION The health and wellness of our community is our top priority, so when

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we see you again you can be assured that we are doing everything we can to keep you and our staff safe and healthy. Zoellner Arts Center follows Lehigh University's health and safety precautions. www.zoellnerartscenter.org/ covid-19-information

COVID PROTOCOLS

Please contact our Box Office with questions about seating or ticket policies. Socially-distanced seating is available. We've relaxed our ticket exchange and refund policy. If you find yourself uncomfortable attending an event, please contact us at least 1 hour prior to curtain to either move your seats or cancel for a refund.


T HANK YOU

TO OUR SEASON PARTNERS Leadership Funding: Victoria E. and Robert E.* Zoellner ’54 PERFORMANCE

MARC A. FALATO ’87 GUEST ARTISTS SERIES ENDOWMENT FUND

KEYSTONE SAVINGS FOUNDATION

THE LONG FAMILY ENDOWMENT FOR COMMUNITY OUTREACH IN THE ARTS

BRENDA & JOHN MCGLADE ’76 ’81G

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT • The Anne R. Kline '81 Endowed Fund for Creatively Integrated Programming • The Arnan and Marlene Finkelstein Endowment Fund • The Klees Family Instrumental Ensemble Endowed Fund

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Zoellner Arts Center receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

Listing as of November 15, 2021

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2022 SPRING SEASON

AT A GLANCE Events are general admission unless otherwise noted.

GUEST ARTISTS The Simon & Garfunkel Story

FRI JAN 28

P. 6

SAT FEB 12

P. 7

SUN FEB 20

P. 8

SAT MAR 5

P. 10

SUN MAR 6

P. 10

SAT MAR 12

P. 11

Resistance Revival Chorus

SAT APR 2

P. 12

Pablo Sainz-Villegas

TUE APR 5

P. 13

Alex Radus Trio

THU APR 7

P. 13

Small Island Big Song

SAT APR 9

P. 14

Miwa Matreyek Infinitely Yours & This World Made Itself

TUE APR 19

P. 15

National Geographic LIVE!  Exploring Mars: Featuring NASA Engineer Kobie Boykins FAM ILY- FR I EN DLY! Squonk Hand to Hand

FRI APR 22

P. 15

FRI, SAT MAY 6, 7

P. 19

SAT, SUN MAY 14-15

P. 19

Flip Fabrique Six

FAM ILY- FR I EN DLY!

The Polish Wieniawski Philharmonic Orchestra  Rossini, Chopin & Beethoven Attacca Quartet National Geographic LIVE!  Secrets of the Whales: Featuring Underwater Photographer Brian Skerry Memphis Jookin' The Show: Featuring Lil Buck

Compagnia TPO Farfalle

FAM ILY- FR I EN DLY!

DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE Godspell (In Concert) A Walrus in the Body of a Crocodile and The Actor's Nightmare

MAR 4-6, 9-12

P. 9

APR 22-24, 27-30

P. 16

NEW! Digital Programs! View Guest Artists and Theatre playbills via QR codes and website event pages. A limited number of printed programs will be available at Guest Artists events.

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MUSIC DEPARTMENT Lehigh University Jazz Faculty  The Great American Songbook New York Jazz Repertory Orchestra  Lehigh Women in Music: Presenting the Music of Cecilia Coleman Lehigh University Philharmonic  Spring Awakening Student, Faculty & Staff Vocal Ensembles  Raise Your Voice: 7th Annual Gala Concert Lehigh University Choir, Glee Club & Dolce  Choral Music by Women Composers Michael Jorgensen, Violin  Intimate Portraits of American Life Lehigh University Jazz Repertory Orchestra  The Modern Big Band Lehigh University Big Bands & Jazz Combos  Student Jazz Groups Spring Concert Lehigh University Symphonic Band  A Celebration — Spring is here! Lehigh University Choral Arts  Haydn: Lord Nelson Mass Wind Ensemble at Lehigh University  My Favorites Lehigh University Philharmonic  Concerto Marathon!

SAT FEB 5

P. 6

SAT FEB 19

P. 7

FRI, SAT FEB 25, 26

P. 8

FRI MAR 4

P. 9

FRI, SAT MAR 25, 26

P. 11

SUN APR 3

P. 12

SUN APR 10

P. 14

SAT APR 23

P. 16

SUN APR 24

P. 17

FRI, SAT APR 29, 30

P. 17

SUN MAY 1

P. 18

FRI, SAT MAY 6, 7

P. 18

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THE SIMON & GARFUNKEL STORY

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FRI JAN 28 | 7:30pm

A huge success in London’s West End, this critically acclaimed concert-style theatre show chronicles how two young boys from Queens, NY, went on to become the world’s most successful music duo of all time. Using state-of-the-art video projection and lighting, this immersive celebration of timeless music and nostalgic images features a full live band playing all the hits — Mrs. Robinson, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Homeward Bound, Scarborough Fair, The Sound of Silence and many more. Price $59/49/39 [Reserved Seating] “The standing ovation at the end of this impressive show was a given as soon as the final note faded from the very first song.” — Burnley Express

LEHIGH UNIVERSITY JAZZ FACULTY THE GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK

SAT FEB 5 | 8pm Lehigh’s Jazz Faculty present their annual tribute to America’s greatest Jazz and Pop composers—George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Stevie Wonder, Benny Golson and many more. Bill Warfield, director. Price $15

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FLIP FABRIQUE SIX

SAT FEB 12 | 4pm

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Comprised of world-class cirque artists, this Canadian troupe crafts contemporary circus shows with an uncanny ability to have fun and move audiences. On stage, six envelopes contain six mysterious invitations for six strangers. The guests have arrived, but one is missing. What to do while we wait? Six explores the sweet madness of waiting, the intricate beauty in a correspondence, unexpected encounters, joyful laughter, and breathtaking feats of acrobatics. Price $36/30/25 [Reserved Seating]

NEW YORK JAZZ REPERTORY ORCHESTRA LEHIGH WOMEN IN MUSIC: PRESENTING THE MUSIC OF CECILIA COLEMAN

SAT FEB 19 | 8pm In the Spring of 2021, Lehigh Jazz students were given an opportunity to work with the very talented Jazz composer and pianist, Cecilia Coleman. The Lehigh Jazz Program would like everyone to hear this wonderful music—there might even be an appearance by the Lehigh Jazz Band performing work Coleman wrote especially for them. Bill Warfield, director. Price $15

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THE POLISH WIENIAWSKI PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA ROSSINI, CHOPIN & BEETHOVEN

SUN FEB 20 | 4pm Founded in December 1944, the orchestra’s beginnings go back to numerous chamber and solo concerts given by musicians, who after World War II, established ties within Poland. Their huge repertoire encompasses compositions from Baroque to contemporary music. Program: Rossini, Overture to La Gazza Ladra (The Silken Ladder); Chopin, Piano Concerto No. 2; Beethoven, Symphony No. 5. Price $36/30/25 [Reserved Seating]

LEHIGH UNIVERSITY PHILHARMONIC SPRING AWAKENING

FRI FEB 25 | SAT FEB 26 | 8pm The stirrings of spring can be heard in this lively offering of orchestral favorites, including some quintessential French joie de vivre with Jacques Offenbach’s Orpheus in the Underworld Overture, Aaron Copland’s heartfelt Appalachian Spring, and Mozart’s Symphony No. 40. Eugene Albulescu, director. Price $18 [Reserved Seating]

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GODSPELL (IN CONCERT) BY STEPHEN SCHWARTZ AND JOHN-MICHAEL TEBELAK

MAR 4, 5, 9*-12 | 7:30pm | MAR 6 | 2pm This hit musical follows an ensemble growing together in love and faith, paralleling the journey of Jesus Christ and the Apostles. After Lehigh’s Spring 2020 production of Godspell was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we shifted fully to virtual production for the ‘20-’21 season. Now, as we transition safely back to in-person performance, we honor the energy of this lost production, newly reinvisioned in concert format, as traditional theatre engagement is reborn! Price $12

* The Dept. of Theatre is offering Pay-What-You-Wish Wednesdays. Contact Ticket Services for details.

STUDENT, FACULTY & STAFF VOCAL ENSEMBLES RAISE YOUR VOICE: 7TH ANNUAL GALA CONCERT

FRI MAR 4 | 7:30pm This annual concert features wonderfully musical students, faculty and staff from various Lehigh ensembles in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the admission of women to Lehigh University. Free; No Tickets Required

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“Their playing is exuberant, funky and more exactingly nuanced.” — The New York Times

©Brian Skerry

ATTACCA QUARTET

SAT MAR 5 | 7:30pm GRAMMY®-winning string quartet Attacca performs contemporary music by Phil Glass, Paul Wiancko, and Caroline Shaw. Percussionist Miles Salerni joins the ensemble for the premiere of Paul Salerni’s My Two Als, a piece celebrating the lives of jazz singer Al Jarreau and Lehigh’s longtime Marching 97 director, Al Neumeyer. Price $22

North American Presenting Sponsor

SECRETS OF THE WHALES: FEATURING UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHER BRIAN SKERRY

SUN MAR 6 | 4pm

S P E A KE R S E R I E S

Celebrated National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry has spent nearly four decades exploring and documenting Earth’s oceans. For his latest project, he turns his lens to one of the world’s most beloved animals to illuminate startling new insights into their lives and culture. Discover the extraordinary communication skills and intricate social structures among four different species of whales—from the international cuisines of orcas to families of beluga whales playing at their “summer resort”—and learn what these majestic creatures can teach us about ourselves and our planet. Price $25

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MEMPHIS JOOKIN’ THE SHOW: FEATURING LIL BUCK SAT MAR 12 | 7:30pm Renowned dance artist Lil Buck conceived of, choreographed and is the featured performer in this creative homage to his hometown and the singular dance style known as Memphis Jookin’, a street dance that became an international artform. His credits: performing with Madonna for her Super Bowl halftime show; working with renowned NYC Ballet artistic director Benjamin Millepied; and becoming a YouTube sensation after director Spike Jonze uploaded a video of his dance improvisation with cellist Yo-Yo Ma. He stars alongside eight highly skilled dancers and a DJ performing to a soundtrack that evokes the energy of the streets, the hallways and the clubs where Memphis Jookin’ was born. Price $36/30/25 [Reserved Seating]

LEHIGH UNIVERSITY CHOIR, GLEE CLUB & DOLCE CHORAL MUSIC BY WOMEN COMPOSERS

FRI MAR 25 | SAT MAR 26 | 8pm In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the admission of women to Lehigh, this concert features choral music written by women composers from around the world, including Fanny Mendelssohn, Chen Yi, Lili Boulanger, Amy Beach, Ysaye Barnwall and more. Sun Min Lee and John Wilson, conductors. Price $15

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RESISTANCE REVIVAL CHORUS SAT APR 2 | 7:30pm

The Resistance Revival Chorus (RRC) is a collective of more than 60 women and non-binary singers, who join together to breathe joy and song into the resistance, and to uplift and center women’s voices, especially the voices of black women and women of color, and how historically marginalized they have been in the music industry. When they’re not performing on stages like Carnegie Hall and the Apollo, the RRC regularly hits the NYC streets, advocating for social justice across the spectrum. Dolce, Lehigh University's Treble Choir, performs an opening act prior to this concert. Price $25/20 [Reserved Seating] “The RRC is like an antidote to silence and submission. In this age of division and hopelessness, let us listen to their collective voice and get lifted. Let us remember who we really are.” — Ani DiFranco

MICHAEL JORGENSEN, VIOLIN

INTIMATE PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN LIFE

SUN APR 3 | 3pm Jorgensen and pianist Steven Beck perform American music for violin and piano. African-American composer William Grant-Still’s thrilling Suite for Violin and Piano is featured along with the at times comical and poignant Charles Ives Violin Sonata No. 2, immigrant Paul Hindemith’s powerful Violin Sonata in C Major, and John Adams pulsing Road Movies. Also featured is Vespers, a work by “Brooklyn’s post-millennial Mozart” Missy Mazzoli for amplified violin and soundtrack. Price $15

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PABLO SÁINZ-VILLEGAS TUE APR 5 | 7pm

Praised as “the soul of the Spanish guitar,” Sáinz-Villegas has become a worldwide sensation known for his “virtuosic playing characterized by irresistible exuberance.” (The New York Times) His musical interpretations conjure the passion, playfulness, and drama of Rioja, his homeland’s rich cultural region. He is known for his emotive and open-hearted playing, whether he is performing at intimate recital halls, or playing with Plácido Domingo to an audience of over 85,000 at Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid, where maestro Domingo hailed him as “the master of the guitar.” Price $25

ALEX RADUS TRIO

THU APR 7 | 7:30pm Alex Radus is an award-winning and critically acclaimed singer/songwriter. He is known as a “sultry crooner” (The City Paper) and a “master guitarist” (Courier News), but his songwriting takes center stage. Radus pairs whimsical and poignant storytelling with a sophisticated mix of Americana, swing, blues, folk, country and more. The Alex Radus Trio's Zoellner debut marks the official release of their new album, Tributaries. The trio's members include Daniel Manchester (upright bass) and Charlie Heim (drums); special guest Pyrenesia. Price $20

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SMALL ISLAND BIG SONG SAT APR 9 | 7:30pm

Here you will hear those who sing for the seas. From Taiwan to Aotearoa/ New Zealand – Madagascar to Rapa Nui/Easter Island. Islanders who share an ancient seafaring ancestry and language. Over three years, Small Island Big Song evolved from visits to 16 Island Nations, and work with over 100 artists, solo artists, elders, community groups and grassroots musicians, all recorded in their homelands in nature using traditional instruments and languages, with each contributing to each other’s songs. The result is a surprising and stunning musical collaboration reuniting the distant yet interconnected musical traditions of the Pacific and Indian Oceans in a multimedia concert performance featuring eight island nation musicians. Price $30/25 [Reserved Seating]

LEHIGH UNIVERSITY JAZZ REPERTORY ORCHESTRA THE MODERN BIG BAND

SUN APR 10 | 3pm Lehigh faculty and students team up to perform a program of high-powered modern Big Band Jazz pieces including McNeely, Jones, Nestico and more. These are great tunes to enjoy on a Sunday afternoon! Bill Warfield, director. Price $15

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Photos courtesy NASA JPL-Caltech

MIWA MATREYEK

INFINITELY YOURS & THIS WORLD MADE ITSELF

TUE APR 19 | 4pm | FREE Further pushing her medium of layered animated projections, visual performance artist Matreyek creates an emotional, dream-like meditation on climate change and the anthropocene — the proposed current era where human influence has affected almost all realms of earth’s natural systems. Her shadow traverses micro and macro worlds, as her silhouette shape-shifts to experience the world from various perspectives. Free; No Tickets Required

EXPLORING MARS FEATURING NASA ENGINEER KOBIE BOYKINS

FRI APR 22 | 7:30pm

North American Presenting Sponsor

S P E A KE R S E R I E S

As senior mechanical engineer for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Kobie Boykins is intimately involved with the planet Mars. As supervisor of the mobility and remote sensing teams for the rover Curiosity, Boykins has monitored headline-making studies, including proof of the former presence of water on Mars indicating that the red planet could have supported life. Join Boykins, winner of a NASA Exceptional Service Medal, as he shares his boundless enthusiasm for unraveling the mysteries of outer space and recounts the latest exciting chapter of Mars exploration. Price $25

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A WALRUS IN THE BODY OF A CROCODILE BY MJ KAUFMAN

THE ACTOR’S NIGHTMARE BY CHRISTOPHER DURANG

APR 22, 23, 27*-30 | 7:30pm • SUN APR 24 | 2pm In our jobs, families, and social spheres, there may not be a script telling us what to say, but there is certainly pressure from many angles to fill a determined role. Explore identity, performance, and confusion of all kinds, through the laughs of these two one acts! Daniel Brody ’22, director. A Virginia M. and Bernard R. Hale ’30 Production Price $12

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LEHIGH UNIVERSITY BIG BANDS & JAZZ COMBOS STUDENT JAZZ GROUPS SPRING CONCERT

SAT APR 23 | 8pm Our student Jazz musicians present a spring concert of the some of the old, the some of the new and something for everyone! Bill Warfield, director. Price $12

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LEHIGH UNIVERSITY SYMPHONIC BAND A CELEBRATION – SPRING IS HERE!

SUN APR 24 | 3pm Spring is the time for renewal, and the same is true for this concert by the Symphonic Band. Hear them as they swing into summer with marches, show tunes and much more. David B. Diggs, director. This concert is dedicated to Nadine Caputo Haines ’80. Free; No Tickets Required

LEHIGH UNIVERSITY CHORAL ARTS HAYDN: LORD NELSON MASS

FRI APR 29 | SAT APR 30 | 8pm Lehigh University Choral Arts, a symphony orchestra, and an international cast of soloists perform one of the most beloved and largest choral-orchestral works, Joseph Haydn’s Missa in Angustiis (Lord Nelson Mass). It has been called Haydn’s greatest single composition. Also featuring works by Reena Esmail, Florence Price and Gwyneth Wallker. Soloists: Jee Hyun Lim, soprano; Karen Huffstodt, soprano; David Vanderwal, tenor; Kyle Pfortmiller, baritone. Sun Min Lee, director. Price $18

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Thank You, David!

WIND ENSEMBLE AT LEHIGH UNIVERSITY MY FAVORITES

SUN MAY 1 | 3pm Music department professor David B. Diggs has often been asked, “What is your favorite piece of music?” At his final concert as director, hear some of the pieces that are special to him. Also featured, a newly commissioned work by one of his favorite composers, Martin Ellerby. David Diggs, director. Price $15

LEHIGH UNIVERSITY PHILHARMONIC CONCERTO MARATHON!

FRI MAY 6 | SAT MAY 7 | 8pm Enjoy exciting performances by Lehigh student orchestra soloists as they play selected movements from classical orchestral concertos for a variety of instruments at our annual Concerto Marathon! After intermission, the entire Lehigh University Philharmonic joins together to perform Antonin Dvořák’s beloved New World Symphony No. 9. Eugene Albulescu, director. Price $12

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SQUONK HAND TO HAND FRI MAY 6

4pm [lehigh students] 6pm [general public]

FAMILY-FRIENDLY

SAT MAY 7 11am | 1pm | 3pm [general public]

Join Pittsburgh’s Squonk Opera’s Squonkers as they manipulate gargantuan puppet hands (the size of houses!) to tell a spectacular and comic story. In this rock opera melee, giant thumbs detach to become truly opposable and challenge each other with guitars. Featuring original chamber rock music and an opportunity for audience members to come together to grab rigging, each individual powers a larger movement of giant fingers, a web of connections, a single dance. Hand to Hand encourages shared discovery and making a community of the imagination. Held outdoors in Tamerler Courtyard next to the arts center. Free; No Tickets Required

COMPAGNIA TPO FARFALLE

SAT MAY 14 | SUN MAY 15 | 11am & 2pm

FAMILY-FRIENDLY

Italy’s COMPAGNIA TPO (Teatro di Piazza o d’Occasione) is a pioneer in creating interactive performance media by melding astonishing digital imagery with multi-disciplinary techniques in the use of music, dance, art, sculpture, digital media, computer technology, lighting and sound. Their vision of accessibility in the arts is unprecedented, simultaneously creating rewarding audience experiences while redefining them from the inside out. In a brilliantly staged story, Farfalle loosely follows the life cycle of a butterfly — from egg to caterpillar, cocoon to butterfly—with beautiful botanical images and captivating rainforest sounds emerging from every direction. Price $20 | Child $10

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NOTATIONS

Presented by Lehigh University Creative Writing Program, Visiting Lecturers Committee and Zoellner Arts Center with support from an Anonymous Donor.

NIKOLE HANNAH-JONES  TUE FEB 15 | 7pm

Hannah-Jones is the creator and lead writer of The New York Times' major multimedia initiative, The 1619 Project. Named for the year the first enslaved Africans arrived in America, the project features an ongoing series of essays and art on the relationship between slavery and everything from social infrastructure and segregation, to music and sugar—all by Black American authors, activists, journalists and more. Named a MacArthur Genius, she’s won a Peabody, a Polk, and a National Magazine Award for her story on choosing a school for her daughter in a segregated city.

SCOTT ELLSWORTH  THU FEB 24 | 7pm

Scott Ellsworth is The New York Times bestselling author of The Secret Game, winner of the 2016 PEN/ESPN Award for Literary Sports Writing. He has written about American history for The New York Times, The Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times. Formerly a historian at the Smithsonian Institution, he is also the author of The World Beneath Their Feet and Death in a Promised Land, his groundbreaking account of the 1921 Tulsa race massacre. Ellsworth lives in Ann Arbor, where he teaches in the Department of Afroamerican and African Studies at the University of Michigan. Notations are FREE events; No Tickets Required.

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Learn more by visiting www.luag.org LUAG exhibitions and regularly scheduled programs remain free and open to the public. To see an updated list of exhibitions and programs please visit luag.org.

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