THE WALLIS PRESENTS
CAMILLE A. BROWN & DANCERS: ink
Jan 12, 2024 - Jan 13, 2024
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Join Camille A. Brown & Dancers in an exploration of self-empowerment, Black love, brotherhood, and resilience that examines aspects of Black life that are too often appropriated, rewritten, or silenced. Ms. Brown made history this past year as the first Black director in the history of the MET opera and as the first Black female to be nominated for a Tony Award as both director and choreographer for a play on Broadway (For Colored Girls). With traditional African rhythms at its center, ink weaves together African-American social dance, African, tap, jazz, modern and hip-hop movement to lift up and celebrate Black lives, Black resilience and Black superpowers.
For adults and kids ages 11+.
“I lift up our real-life superheroes of the past who paved the way for us to fly and ‘be fly.’ In flight, we see the superpower of Black people in America.” – Camille A. Brown
“Ms. Brown is one of the most expressive, genuine and deeply felt choreographers working today.” - The New York Times
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