Spectrum Dance Theater: A Rap On Race

Fri Nov 16, 8pm
Presented by: George Mason University's Center for the Arts
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Tickets · $29-48
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This innovative new work enlivens the current conversation around race and equity, mixing dance and theater to create a fully original, groundbreaking work. It is based on a momentous public conversation held in 1970 between anthropologist Margaret Mead and novelist James Baldwin. A Rap On Race uses a series of choreographed dance duets juxtaposed with verbal duets, which were gleaned from this conversation, as a means to reveal the complexities involved when talking about race. 
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Dance Performances: Modern & Contemporary Theatre Dance Performances

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