Black Men Creating Dance with Purpose
Friday, December 11th, 2020 at 7pm EST
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An inspired choreographic account of the personal stories of six male dancers, who are navigating a cultural space pre and mid Covid-19 and BLM, having to find a new way to look beyond their circumstances through the gift of dance.
An interdisciplinary meditation on the artistic generational gap between those lost in the global epidemic, AIDS. Brother(hood) Dance! investigates who survives and whose stories are told during and after life.
Hero Complexities is a multidisciplinary performance and visual art project inspired by the selfless acts of Charles W. David Jr., a Caribbean American United States Coast Guardsman who lost his life helping to save nearly 100 drowning servicemen in the North Atlantic during World War II.
Part dance film, part documentary, Black Stains depicts the reality of living while black in the United States, and persistently asks the question: why do we not see black men as human?
David Blake, Blake Arts;
Duane Cyrus, Theatre of Movement;
Orlando Zane Hunter Jr, Brother(Hood) Dance;
Ricarrdo Valentine, Brother(Hood) Dance; and
Trent D. Williams Jr, University of Florida