11:06 PM - Andrew Chappelle (Marquis de Lafayette/Thomas Jefferson)
11:13 PM - Lauren Boyd (Ensemble)
11:23 PM - Nik Walker (Aaron Burr)
11:31 PM - Jevon McFerrin (Alexander Hamilton)
11:31 PM - Anthony Lee Medina (John Laurens/Philip Hamilton)
Note: The first 3 people came out during the show as swings and standbys are allowed to leave 15 minutes before the show lets out. There was a small crowd already at stage door, so they were kind of just like why not? and signed for them.
Executive producers Michael Peterson and Jonathan Collier, actors John Boyd, Tamara Taylor, Michaela Conlin, T.J. Thyne, David Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel, Eugene Byrd, and Dave Thomas attend the “BONES” panel during Comic-Con International 2016 at San Diego Convention Center on July 22, 2016 in San Diego, California.
Korryn Gaines was the last straw for me. I went to a vigil/protest for Korryn Gaines, and only a few people showed up. BLM activists were not in attendance. Weeks before, I attended a vigil/protest for Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, thousands showed up. Recently March/protest was organized by BLM, and Korryn Gaines murder was barely mentioned, the deaths of black men were centered. Again, thousands showed up. The lack of support, and outrage for Gaines death has greatly disappointed me, and saddened my heart. Three black queer women created Black Lives Matter, and yet black women’s deaths, murders, and narratives continue to be invisible within the movement. Thousands didn’t show up for Korryn Gaines, Tanisha Anderson, Miriam Carey, Yvette Smith, Shelly Frey, Darnisha Harris, Melissa Williams, Alesia Thomas, Shantel Davis, Rekia Boyd, and the list goes on. Sandra Bland did receive some visibility, but many slander her within the community. There are people out here who believe black women are not being target by state sanctioned brutality. That police don’t kill black women too. These names are barely repeated, circulated, or discussed. Why are black men centered, do only their lives matter? Black women have been creating movements, organizing, protesting, fighting for our communities, but no one talks about our suffering or our oppression. And it disturbs me a lot. Why should black women continue to be mules, and work for others liberation, while we die and continue to suffer. There is this troubling narrative that black women are incapable of feeling pain, or suffering, that we are super human, and can endure everything. We are humans, we feel pain, and we suffer. This narratives only perpetuates our oppression, and our oppressors us it to continue abusing us. Bc we take it, right? Black women need to start fighting for black women. We can’t wait. We can’t continue to put our oppression on the back burner. We are dying, and our deaths are silenced. No one will fight for us, we need to fight for ourselves.
Marcus Mariota, center, poses for a picture with his father Toa Mariota, right, and a family friend at the Saint Louis School Alumni Clubhouse, April 30, 2015, in Honolulu, Hawaii, to see which NFL team will draft him.
The Timbers practice at Jeld-Wen Field, Friday, Feb. 3, 2012. Jose Adolfo Valencia, the Colombian forward. will have knee surgery to repair damaged cartilage in his left knee, the team announced Friday. “The goal is making sure (Valencia) is right,” Portland coach John Spencer said. Photo by Thomas Boyd/The Oregonian
PHOENIX, ARIZONA – January 03, 2013 – Oregon Ducks running back De'Anthony Thomas (6) on his way to an opening kick off return for touchdown to start off the 2013 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl football game between the Oregon Ducks and Kansas State Wildcats at the University of Phoenix Stadium. Thomas Boyd / The Oregonian
EUGENE, OREGON - Jun 14, 2014 - Oregon Ducks track coach Robert Johnson takes a dunk in the steeplechase pit after the men placed first and the women earned third place in the 2014 NCAA Track and Field Championships at Hayward Field, in Eugene, Oregon. Photo by Thomas Boyd/The Oregonian