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Artist Diversity Series


Diversity In The Arts: A new virtual series that explores race, equality, and inclusion in the arts

Marlaina Powell
Feb. 22 I 7pm

Marlaina Powell is a proud product of Howard University, The City College of New York and New York University’s Prestigious Steinhardt School where she received her Master of Music in May of 2016. She is a member of both Actors Equity Association and the Screen Actors Guild. Marlaina’s favorite stage credits include Disney’s The Lion King (Broadway), and Smokey Joe’s Café (Broadway ), The Civil War (National Tour), Ain’t Misbehavin’ (National Tour) NUNSENSE! Hair, Little Shop of Horrors, and A My Name Is Alice. Most recently, Marlaina was featured in Disenchanted! as The Princess Who Kissed The Frog at The Women’s Theater of New Jersey’s Parsippany Playhouse. Prior to the COVID-19 Pandemic Marlaina was starring in the Off-Broadway musical Sistas, at the St. Luke’s Theater in NYC. She is a teaching artist at Luna Stage Theater in West Orange, NJ and was recently hired as an adjunct professor at William Patterson University in Wayne, NJ. She is the proud wife of Stephen Powell, and even prouder mother to their daughters Sinclair Adina and Simone Alexandra.

Join us for the first in a new online diversity series where artists will talk about race, equality, and inclusion in the arts. Our first talk is with Marlaina Powell (Broadway's The Lion King, Smokey Joe's Cafe).

FREE, but registration is required. 

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Sponsored through a grant from the Hopkinton Cultural Council




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