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Camille A. Brown & Dancers

Camille A. Brown & Dancers

A dance journey through the African American experience by the riveting choreographer.

Powerful themes and explosive choreography lie at the heart of Brown's trilogy on race, culture and identity comprised of Mr. TOL E. RAncE (2012), BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play (2015) and ink (2018). The evening's program features highlights from the three mesmerizing works which use modern, hip hop, African, ballet and tap dance styles to tell stories that connect history with contemporary culture.

Come Dance With Us!

Come Dance With Us!

Come Dance With Us!

FEATURING

JEH KULU

Dance and Drum Theater

hosted by Onion River Campground - Marshfield, VT

4pm

byo Picnic, Swimming, pyo blueberries, crafts

5pm

vda member artists' pop-up performances

6pm

Urban Bush Women: 35th Anniversary: Legacy + Lineage + Liberation

Urban Bush Women: 35th Anniversary: Legacy + Lineage + Liberation

The women-led group celebrates 35+ years of bringing untold and under-told stories to light through dance.

Featuring the premiere of Haint Blu (proscenium version), a dance-theater work reflecting on familial lines through memory and magic, co-commissioned by the Hop and developed during the company's fall residency at Dartmouth.

Yes Body w/ Special Guests

Yes Body w/ Special Guests

"A TRAVELING PARTY DEDICATED TO RELENTLESS SELF-PROGRESSION AND THE PURSUIT OF FEARLESSNESS."

A free event on Sunday, September 20th from 5-7:30pm at the State Capitol Lawn in Montpelier, VT.

5-6pm West African Dance Class
6-7pm Making Spoken Word Speak with Rajnii Eddins
7-7:30pm Free Food by Kismayo Kitchen and Dance Party

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