Dance

Dress Rehearsal: DanceAfrica 2018

 
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Thu, May 24, 2018
  • 7:30PM
 
 
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RUN TIME: Approx 2hrs with intermission
 
 
 
 
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Remembrance, Reconciliation, Renewal

Artistic Director Abdel R. Salaam

Invited BAM Members can RSVP to the dress rehearsal for DanceAfrica 2018: Remembrance, Reconciliation, Renewal. The nation’s largest African dance festival returns to BAM for its 41st year, under the leadership of artistic director Abdel R. Salaam. This year’s performance offers a taste of the rhythm and spirit of South Africa, acknowledging Nelson Mandela’s centennial birthday and the contributions of freedom fighters past and present. South African supergroup Ingoma KwaZulu-Natal Dance Company brings traditional movement idioms alongside the contemporary stylings of Durban-based Siwela Sonke Dance Theatre. Join us for this exclusive sneak peek before the show opens.

Ingoma KwaZulu-Natal Dance Company
Siwela Sonke Dance Theatre
BAM/Restoration Dance Youth Ensemble (Brooklyn)
DanceAfrica Spirit Walkers
Lighting & Scenic Design by Al Crawford
Sound Design by David Margolin Lawson

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This year’s performance offers a taste of the rhythm and spirit of South Africa, acknowledging Nelson Mandela’s centennial birthday and the contributions of freedom fighters past and present.

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