Ananya Dance Theatre and the Shawngram Institute for Performance & Social Justice are delighted to present New Voices Calling/#Yorchhānextgen artists trained in the aesthetic and methodology of the company, showing their own creations.
Kealoha Ferreira: Mākaukau – Preparation and readiness in Hawaiian.
Renée Copeland: Rhizome – A subterranean solo that traces the imagined pathways and emotional landscapes of embodied souls, both recent and ancient, that were held captive by natural states of contradiction right before their chosen departures.
Alexandra Eady: Arise – A solo moving through memories of ancient dreams.
Alessandra Lebea Williams: A Ritual – A reflection on black African femme embodiment, healing, story telling, and memory.
We will also present the new work created by the dancers of the 2019 Shawngram Summer Intensive.
Free and open to the public.