Three week package: Sixth Annual CubaCaribe Fetsival of Dance and Music
The Sixth Annual CubaCaribe Festival is offering a "$50 Especial." One person can attend each weekend of the Festival for only $50!
After purchasing tickets for the Especial, you will be asked which nights you would like to attend the Festival for weeks 2 and 3!
If you do not wish to buy the package, you may purchase tickets for just on weekend here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/103861
CubaCaribe presents the Sixth Annual CubaCaribe Festival of Dance and Music: From Katrina to Port-Au-Prince
This year marks the sixth year of the CubaCaribe Festival of Dance and Music with three consecutive weekends of exciting workshops, lectures, film screenings and performances.
The Sixth Annual CubaCaribe Festival is an explosive celebration of culture's tenacity. It honors how history is recorded within the dancing body and explores how the Caribbean Diaspora is always evolving. Driven by economic displacement, political instability and natural disasters, pulled by hope, industriousness and initiative, the migration of peoples gives rise to artistic forms characterized by combustible boundary-crossing: geographic, cultural, linguistic, racial and traditional. The CubaCaribe Festival provides a unique opportunity not only to showcase this work but also pay tribute to the struggle, perseverance, survival, and spirit of the artists who create it - from New Orleans to Port-Au-Prince to San Francisco.
WEEK 1: April 16-17 @ 8 pm, April 18 @ 7 pm
Featuring Adia Whitaker's Brooklyn-based dance company, Ase Dance Theater Collective; Djenane St. Juste and Florencia Pierre's Afouyati; and Ausettua AmorAmenkum and Kumbuka Dance and Drum Collective from New Orleans.
WEEK 2: April 23-24 @ 8 pm, April 25 @ 7 pm
Featuring Las Que Son Son, Paco Gomes and Dancers, Los Lupenos de San Jose, Liberation Dance Theater, Tata Kaya Art and Alafia.
Special Family Matinee (April 25 @ 3 pm)
Featuring Las Que Son Son, Los Lupenos de San Jose, Liberation Dance Theater, Alafia, and Muriel Johnson (storyteller).
WEEK 3: April 30-May 1 @ 8 pm, May 2 @ 7 pm
Featuring Alayo Dance Company (World Premier
Dance Mission Theater
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