Christopher Johnson

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Trinity Rep Theatre

Trinity Rep is one of the most highly revered theaters in the country. I just happened to have graced their stage and gave master classes in performance. https://www.trinityrep.com/people/christopher-johnson/
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McColl Johnson Fellowship

I was a finalist for the McColl Johnson Fellowship. I was blessed with being able to read my work among such talented writers. http://www.riffraffpvd.com/events/2019/9/25/maccoll-fellowship
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Steam Box’s Podcast Featuring Christopher Johnson

Steambox varies from the 1 to 3 spots as the top teen podcast in the country. I had the pleasure of being an interviewed guest. https://player.fm/series/steam-boxs-podcast/christopher-johnson-vs-steam-box
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New And Dangerous Ideas Article Providence Journal Nov 2 , 2017

“New and Dangerous Ideas” premieres Nov. 2 at The Wilbury Theatre Group, distilling writer Christopher Johnson’s thoughts others around criminalizing race and expatriating police. Personal stories weave with spoken-word poetry,…
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New And Dangerous Ideas Tickets And Info

  New and Dangerous Ideas World premiere by Christopher Johnson NOVEMBER 2-18, 2017 Click on the link below for for tickets info: http://thewilburygroup.org/single-tickets--new-and-dangerous-ideas.html
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Christopher Johnson – #PVDPublicCanvas

The poet laureate of the Creative Capital’s grassroots June 2 & 3, 2017 Downtown Providence – site TBA* “Poet-warrior and provocateur, he is a wordsmith, a tinker-thinker and a friend…
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INVISIBLE UPSOUTH, THE JOURNEY CONTINUES

Invisible UpSouth is an original stage work currently playing at the Wilbury Group’s space at the Southside Cultural Center in Providence. The work is the brain-child of Christopher Johnson and…
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COLORBLINDNESS, DIVERSITY AND “POST-RACIAL” RI

Two spoken word poets tackle racial injustice in Invisible UpSouth, a new play commissioned by the Wilbury Theatre Group. February 16, 2016 Casey Nilsson When Christopher Johnson first moved to…
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