Harlem Stage E-Moves - Program B
Dianne McIntyre and her ensemble of dancers and musicians bring the New Sounds in Motion back to Harlem. The piece merges movement and music in her signature style of erasing the separation of the two disciplines. As all are part of the same “band,” the artists fly, shout, explode, murmur, whisper, and carry a solid kinship with the audience.
Destiny “Divine” Janai Polk, is an afro-indigenous choreographer, multi-disciplinary artist, and founder of art-activist platform Radical Black Girl. She will perform a piece inspired by her collaboration with Terri Lyne Carrington and Social Science on the album, Waiting Game. The album confronts a wide spectrum of social justice issues, expressing an inclusive and compassionate view of humanity’s common bonds.
Kim D. Holmes' The Call is an exploration of the physical and emotional response to the noises of the universe reaching out to modern-day griots to reconnect man-kind to humanity. This cry is resounding through the movements and dance styles that are merging—yet need to maintain distinction and clarity. The Call makes us dive into the inner depths of our most true selves.
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