“Stereotype-defying piece” Ed Malin for the NYTheater.com
“Wow! Just wow. That’s a pretty mundane comment, but I’m literally speechless over Marc Bamuthi Joseph’s Word Becomes Flesh.” Michael Pulliam for the Maui News.
Erik Piepenburg has 5 Questions to Marc Bamuthi Joseph about the “Word Becomes Flesh” in the New York Times Arts Beat, The Culture at Large. Here is the link.
“What we witnessed was enlightening, entertaining and quite moving.” Tiffany Bacon from RNBPhilly.com
““Word Becomes Flesh” pushes hot button issues in the African American community” Celia Ipiotis from Eye on Dance.
La Peña would like to thank our sponsors that made this event possible: National Performance Network (NPN) Re-Creation Fund Project, the James Irvine Foundation and the Clorox Foundation. Additionally we would like to recognize our partners efforts: Painted Bride (Philadelphia, PA), Dance Place (Washington, DC), Youth Speaks (San Francisco, CA).
photo credit: J.Osato