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Panel Discussion: "Who Should Sing Ol' Man River? Portraying Race in Musical Theatre"

Presented by Boston Landmarks Orchestra at WBUR, Boston MA

Jul 23 2019
Panel Discussion: "Who Should Sing Ol' Man River? Portraying Race in Musical Theatre"

Boston Landmarks Orchestra (LO) announces a free public panel discussion entitled “Who Should Sing Ol’ Man River? Portraying Race in Musical Theatre and on the Concert Stage in 2019.”

Panel Discussion: Who Should Sing Ol\' Man River? Portraying Race in Musical Theatre and on the Concert Stage in 2019
July 23, 2019 at 6pm
WBUR CitySpace: Lavine Broadcast Center, 890 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA
Tickets: Free, Registration required; limited seating available

Jerome Kern’s iconic 1927 musical Show Boat has both a storied past and a controversial history. Unlike most Broadway musicals of its time, Show Boat put black and white performers side-by-side. Bringing black and

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Free, Registration required; limited seating available

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890 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA

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