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La MaMa Moves! Dance Festival: Yoshiko Chuma | Rady Nget | Brother(hood) Dance!

La MaMa Moves! Dance Festival: Yoshiko Chuma | Rady Nget | Brother(hood) Dance!

Company:

Yoshiko Chuma | Rady Nget | Brother(hood) Dance!

Location:

The Club | 74A E 4th Street; 2nd Floor

Dates:

Thursday, May 25, 2017 - 9:30pm daily through May 26, 2017

Tickets:

http://lamama.org/chuma_nget_brotherhood/

Company:
Yoshiko Chuma | Rady Nget | Brother(hood) Dance!

Part of the La MaMa Moves! Dance Festival
The Club | 74A E 4th Street; 2nd Floor
Thursday & Friday at 9:30PM
$20 Adult Tickets; $15 Student/Seniors; Limited $10 Tickets

Yoshiko Chuma | π= 3.14...Dead End, Hey! All Women!
A flowing resistance activity with a delicate, powerful monologue through dance. This project launched on President’s Day at La MaMa.
Yoshiko Chuma, conceptual artist, choreographer/artistic director of The School of Hard Knocks, has been a firebrand in the post-modern dance scene of New York City since the 1980s, consistently producing thought-provoking work.

RADY NGET | My Memory
Nget began his dance training in 1999, specializing in the monkey role of Lakhaon Kaol, the Cambodian classical male masked dance form. As a classical dancer, he has toured to Europe and throughout Asia, and as a contemporary dancer has performed in numerous works.

BROTHER (HOOD) DANCE! - ​Orlando Zane Hunter, Jr | Ricardo Valentine | How To Survive A Plague
Brother(hood) Dance! is an interdisciplinary duo that seeks to inform its audiences on the socio-political and environmental injustices from a global perspective, bringing clarity to the same-gender-loving African-American experience in the 21st century.

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