Posts Tagged ‘hip-hop’


Bates Dance Festival

April 21, 2012

Theater performance – April 27 & 28 at 8:00 pm

Bates College and Bates Dance Festival collaborating to present “red, black & GREEN: a blues”. A hybrid performance of hip hop theater, poetry, movement, music and visuals that brings together big ideas and moving personal stories to jumpstart a conversation about environmental justice and social ecology.

Marc Bamuthi Joseph is the conceiver/director and performer and has assembled a small cast of contemporary music/dance/theater greats. For more information click here.


In Today’s News

April 18, 2012

SAD 74 dancers have moment in spotlight

Writer Erin Rhoda captures the excitement of the opportunity for dancing in SAD 74 in an article printed in the Morning Sentinel, April 17, 2012. More than 2,000 grades 4-8 students from the Garret Schenck School in Anson and Solon Elementary Schools have participated since the program started 26 years ago. SAD 74’s Dance Institute is directed by Jill Everett and 150 community members volunteer to help. The performance is scheduled for May 5th and 1000 tickets have been sold to the performance. You can read the entire article  by clicking here.

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