This is a repeating eventseptember 2, 2023 7:00 pm
$35 admission Ages 18+; performances contain nudity and deal with sensitive themes including violence, colonialism, and the apocalypse. Masks are required for all audience members attending this show. Masks will be provided
This is a double feature with two unique shows separated by a brief intermission.
This piece is one of a ritual performance art series, Our Bodies are the Earth, performed and crafted in collaboration through artists La Llorona & Blackroot. Together they seek to deepen the channels to their roots and disarm the disassociation that has been forced upon their lineages. Together, they reawaken the powers of ancestral connection, the stories of earthly spirits and activate portals of their linkages to the present with this mesmerizing & tantillizing spellwork expression.
This performance includes live music, dance, flow arts, and ritual.
Vestigios (Quito, Ecuador)
This performance includes acrobatic dance.
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(Saturday) 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Martha Hamblin Hall, Community School of Music and Arts
330 East State Street