“Musical Reflections on Life in Charlottesville,” Workshop with A.D. Carson & PRESENCE Center for Applied Theater Arts
- "How to Live in Charlottesville," 12-hour Theater Project with UVA’s Paul Robeson Players
- February 10th, 2018 9:00 am - 10:00 pm, Minor Hall, University of Virginia
- Participants will write, cast, direct, and perform a series of original plays organized around the theme of “How to Live in Charlottesville”
- Register via this link by January 31st, 2018
- Meals provided
August in Perspective: Creative Responses to #Charlottesville
Dancing While Black's Master Classes for the Masses series presents: Dance Diaspora Collective/ PRAISE TRADITIONS
About: With the Afro form and the pulse at the center, this class will explore 3 well known spiritual dances: The Baptist Shuffle (from the Deep South, Mississippi & Alabama); The Ring Shout (from the Sea Islands and Low Country of Georgia and the Carolinas) and the Cordon (from Cuba)
|Join us for a FREE performance of Run Mary Run by Rashida Bumbray & Dance Diaspora Collective. This performance serves as the kick off event for “August in Perspective,” a series of arts events scheduled throughout the month of February fostering creative responses to the events of August 11th and 12th through theater, music, and dance workshops with guest artists, UVA students and faculty, community organizations, and local area high schools.|
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