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'The Apollo Is Not a Museum': Kamilah Forbes Offers New Creative Vision for The Apollo Theater

'The Apollo Theater occupies an important place in African-American history. But like many arts organizations in New York, the 82-year-old Harlem institution has struggled to stay relevant in the new century. Back in May, the Apollo announced it was bringing on Kamilah Forbes as its next executive producer. Forbes has had an expansive career that includes stints on Broadway, in TV and as the artistic director for Hi-Arts, an urban arts non-profit.
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