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AnJu Hyppolite is an actor, writer, and educator who recently relocated from the Bay Area back to her native New York. She has devised and performed with The Seven Ravens Project, a New York City based ensemble that explores sociopolitical issues of child migration, refugees, and displacement. She has also worked with the National Queer Theater as a deviser, performer, and puppeteer, to create an original play, Speechless, from interview accounts of individuals living with HIV and AIDS. AnJu was last seen as Cherry Turner in MAAFA: Rebelliousness, a story about the slave revolt led by Nat Turner. Favorite theater credits: Mirrors (Mabel), Intimate Apparel (Mayme), To Kill a Mockingbird (Calpurnia), The Color Purple (Olivia), Agamemnon (Cassandra), and Fortinbras (Horatio). She dedicates these performances to her parents! #1804 Thank you to the cast and crew for the passion you have brought to this piece. Let's tell these stories!  

The Passage: Stories form The Maafa

On August 20, 1619, the first enslaved Africans arrived at the British colony in Jamestown Virginia. Four hundred years later in the year 2019, "The Passage: Stories from the Maafa" will arrive at the National Black Theatre in Harlem.

Come join us in honoring all enslaved Africans who were stolen from their homes and scattered throughout the "New World." Come hear their stories of strength, courage, determination and of their sacrifices that made it possible for us to be here today.

Come be a part of the “ultimate love story.” Come experience "The Passage: Stories from the Maafa.” It's a journey like no other.

The Passage: Stories from the Maafa
National Black Theatre
April 19, 20, 26, 27
May 3, 4
7:00 p.m.

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