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To support of the many protests happening in Downtown Berkeley Saturday, June 6th (tomorrow), Aurora Theatre will be joining forces with Bay Area Children's Theatre and Berkeley Repertory Theatre to join the national #openyourlobby movement and provide support for protesters. We will have a booth in MLK Civic Center Park with water, snacks, art supplies and resources for having conversations about racism and justice with kids, and another outside our theatre at 2081 Addison St. Restrooms will available next door at Berkeley Rep. Remember to wear your mask and maintain social distance whenever possible! See you there! #blacklivesmatter #blacklivesmatterbayarea

There are so many opportunities to get involved this weekend. If you choose to join, please remember to wear a mask, wash/sanitize your hands often and continue to maintain social distance when possible! #blacklivesmatter


We are in the middle of something important right now. At this point, cities all across the nation, and the world, are protesting daily against centuries of State violence against people of color. It’s incredible to witness and even more thrilling to
Aurora Connects Episode 11: BLACK LIVES MATTER Powered by Restream https://restream.io/ This week on AURORA CONNECTS, Josh and Dawn are joined by Bay Area actor Aldo Billingslea (DRY POWDER, COLLAPSE) and playwright Vincent Terrell Durham. We'll open the episode with a timely discussion about the many protests against racial injustice and police brutality that have been happening since last week and continue today. We'll also catch up with Aldo and Vincent, and chat about POLAR BEARS, BLACK BOYS & PRAIRIE FRINGED ORCHIDS, Vincent's play about gentrification, white fragility, the Black Lives Matter movement, and police violence against black men. For more information on these artists: https://auroratheatre.org/auroraconnects To Donate please go to https://bit.ly/SupportAuroraTheatreCompany or email Development Coordinator Kendra Johnson, kjohnson@auroratheatre.org For Technical Support please email techsupport@auroratheatre.org Send us questions to answer or topics to discuss in future episodes, or ideas for what we can do. connects@auroratheatre.org

@AuroraTheatreCo To support of the many protests happening in Downtown Berkeley Saturday, June 6th (tomorrow), Aurora Theatre will be joining forces with Bay Area Children's Theatre and Berkeley Repertory Theatre to join the… https://www.instagram.com/p/CBE4C46jxv8/?igshid=1q0jafe8j62s2

@AuroraTheatreCo We're glad to welcome Vincent Terrell Durham to this afternoon's episode of Aurora Connects. We'll be discussing Durham's play, POLAR BEARS, BLACK BOYS & PRAIRIE FRINGED ORCHIDS, with actor Aldo Billingslea. POLAR… https://www.instagram.com/p/CBEMN0QDsy2/?igshid=1jojoe2vfr5s9

@AuroraTheatreCo #TBT to Aldo Billingslea in 1) DRY POWDER (2018); 2) THIS IS HOW IT GOES (2013)! Catch on Aldo on this week's Aurora Connects! Live at 4 p.m. WATCH: http://bit.ly/AuroraConnectsEp11 **** MORE INFO:… https://www.instagram.com/p/CBBQMbiD_aA/?igshid=iptxa498cc25