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Shayna Small. The uproarious and groundbreaking comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by T. Charles Erickson. Shayna Small in The Colored Museum's "Git on Board." The uproarious and groundbreaking comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.
Capathia Jenkins. The uproarious and groundbreaking comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by T. Charles Erickson. Capathia Jenkins in The Colored Museum's "Cookin' with Aunt Ethel." The uproarious and groundbreaking comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.
Rema Webb and Nathan Lee Graham. The uproarious and groundbreaking comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by T. Charles Erickson. Rema Webb and Nathan Lee Graham in The Colored Museum's "The Photo Session." The uproarious and groundbreaking comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.
Ken Robinson. The uproarious and groundbreaking comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by T. Charles Erickson. Ken Robinson in The Colored Museum's "A Soldier with a Secret." The uproarious and groundbreaking comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.
Shayna Small, Nathan Lee Graham, and Capathia Jenkins.The uproarious and groundbreaking comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by T. Charles Erickson. Shayna Small, Nathan Lee Graham, and Capathia Jenkins in The Colored Museum's "The Hairpiece." The uproarious and groundbreaking comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.
Capathia Jenkins, Ken Robinson, and Nathan Lee Graham. The uproarious and groundbreaking comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by T. Charles Erickson. Capathia Jenkins, Ken Robinson, and Nathan Lee Graham in The Colored Museum's "The Last Mama-on-the-Couch Play." The uproarious and groundbreaking comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.
Capathia Jenkins, Nathan Lee Graham, Ken Robinson, Shayna Small, and Rema Webb. The uproarious and groundbreaking comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by T. Charles Erickson. Capathia Jenkins, Nathan Lee Graham, Ken Robinson, Shayna Small, and Rema Webb in The Colored Museum's "The Last Mama-on-the-Couch Play." The uproarious and groundbreaking comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.
Aikili Jamal Haynes. The uproarious and groundbreaking comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by T. Charles Erickson. Aikili Jamal Haynes in The Colored Museum. The uproarious and groundbreaking comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.
Rema Webb. The uproarious and groundbreaking comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by T. Charles Erickson. Rema Webb in The Colored Museum's "LaLa's Opening." The uproarious and groundbreaking comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.
Billy Porter, director. The scathing comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by Nile Hawver/Nile Scott Shots. Billy Porter, director. The scathing comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by Nile Hawver/Nile Scott Shots.
Capathia Jenkins, actor. The scathing comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by Nile Hawver/Nile Scott Shots. Capathia Jenkins, actor. The scathing comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by Nile Hawver/Nile Scott Shots.
Capathia Jenkins, Nathan Lee Graham, Rema Webb, Shayna Small, and director Billy Porter in the scathing comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by Nile Hawver/Nile Scott Shots Capathia Jenkins, Ken Robinson, Nathan Lee Graham, Rema Webb, Shayna Small, and director Billy Porter in the scathing comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by Nile Hawver/Nile Scott Shots
Capathia Jenkins, Ken Robinson, Nathan Lee Graham, Rema Webb, and Shayna Small in the scathing comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by Nile Hawver/Nile Scott Shots Capathia Jenkins, Ken Robinson, Nathan Lee Graham, Rema Webb, and Shayna Small in the scathing comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by Nile Hawver/Nile Scott Shots
Ken Robinson, actor. The scathing comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by Nile Hawver/Nile Scott Shots. Ken Robinson, actor. The scathing comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by Nile Hawver/Nile Scott Shots.
Nathan Lee Graham, actor. The scathing comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by Nile Hawver/Nile Scott Shots. Nathan Lee Graham, actor. The scathing comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by Nile Hawver/Nile Scott Shots.
Rema Webb, actor. The scathing comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by Nile Hawver/Nile Scott Shots. Rema Webb, actor. The scathing comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by Nile Hawver/Nile Scott Shots.
Shayna Small, actor. The scathing comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by Nile Hawver/Nile Scott Shots. Shayna Small, actor. The scathing comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Photo by Nile Hawver/Nile Scott Shots.
George C. Wolfe, playwright. The scathing comedy that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, directed by Tony Award winner Billy Porter ('Kinky Boots'), 'The Colored Museum' plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. George C. Wolfe, playwright. The scathing comedy that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, directed by Tony Award winner Billy Porter (Kinky Boots), The Colored Museum plays March 6 — April 5, 2015 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre.

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