Marc Bamuthi Joseph: Poetic Intelligences

Photo: Marc Bamuthi JosephMarc Bamuthi Joseph is an arts activist, National Poetry Slam champion, Broadway veteran and GOLDIE award winner. His evening-length works have been presented throughout the United States and Europe and include Word Becomes Flesh, Scourge, De/Cipher and No Man’s Land.

In this interview he talks about his transformative work with Youth Speaks, how his works speak to multiple intelligences, and the genesis of his most recent project red, black and GREEN: a blues.

November 12, 2012 Addendum: When we interviewed Marc, he was developing his performance piece red, black & GREEN, a blues. It has now played at the BAM Next Wave Festival, to great acclaim.

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