Arminda Thomas

Lecturer in Lewis Center for the Arts and the Humanities Council

Arminda Thomas is a dramaturg, archivist, musician and member of CLASSIX. Selected credits include The Black History Museum…According to the United States of America (HERE), Jazz (Marin Theatre Company), Zora is My Name (New Federal Theatre), and The First Noel (Classical Theatre of Harlem). She has worked as associate artistic director and resident dramaturg for the Going to the River Festival, and as literary associate and archivist for Dee-Davis Enterprises, where she served as executive producer for the Grammy Award-winning audiobook, With Ossie and Ruby: In This Life Together, and consultant for the film Life’s Essentials with Ruby Dee.

She is co-teaching Excavate/Illuminate: Creating Theater from the Raw Material of History with Catherine M. Young (Humanities Council, Writing Program).

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