It is no secret: from the continent of Africa, to the Mississippi Delta and back up to the Cotton Club, pan-African people have danced and danced, throughout every era.
MIST is…the sweet smell of country morning dew. MIST is…as refreshing as a seaside stroll on a breezy tropical isle. (If this is beginning to sound like the perfect get-away vacation, read on). MIST is also an acronym for My … Read More
Crystal Field has been bringing Street Theater to New York City neighborhoods for decades. Each summer the TNC Street Theater Players perform a new, original musical that deals with important issues of concern to everyone who has a brain. This … Read More
In this visceral exploration of African masculinity, Zimbabwe-born, Brooklyn-based choreographer Nora Chipaumire (Miriam, 2012 Next Wave) is joined by the specters of her estranged father (performed by Senegalese dancer Pape Ibrahima Ndiaye, also known as Kaolack, and Jamaican-born dancer Shamar … Read More