DanceAfrica DC is a week long celebration of the African Diaspora in Spirit, through Dance, Art, Music and Culture. It takes place every year in the Washington, DC Brookland area. This year’s celebration was May 28 – June 2. I invite you to check out DanceAfrica DC next year. As you drive or walk down […]
Review: How to Catch Creation at Baltimore Center Stage
An imaginative drama by Kansas City playwright Christina Anderson, Catch a Creation is an edgy drama, which rotates in time between the mid-1960’s, the late 1980’s and 2014. Anderson creates of story filled with surprise and intrigue. It’s a dreamscape of a play which follows six people whose lives are touched by the strong presence, […]
Review: From Gumbo to Mumbo, Spoken Word poetry in action
Spring in Washington DC opens up with a ground-breaking world premiere play, From Gumbo to Mumbo presented by Keegan Theatre’s PLAY-RAH-KA Series. It’s a Live Narrative performed by two award-winning Spoken Word artists and educators: Drew Anderson and Dwayne Lawson-Brown who’ve dedicated their lives to the edification of young school students: enlivening their learning experience […]
Review: Marvin Gaye-inspired dance, What’s Going On
A three day premiere at Joe’s Movement Emporium in Mount Rainier, MD brought friends, colleagues, artists and art enthusiasts together for show, What’s Going On: Life, Love, and Social Justice, a bio-dance to continue the legacy of one of the most iconic singers in 1960’s and 1970’s, DC native, Marvin Gaye.
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