“The heart of the work is about seeing the dancers,” says Camille A. Brown. “They are people. What are the stories that live inside of their bodies?” Her new work, ink, seeks to reclaim African American narratives and culture from appropriation and silence. The third work in a trilogy about identity, ink is an amalgamation of African dance, African American social dance, tap, jazz, modern, and hip-hop.
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Earlier Event: December 23Vie Boheme Live! in Detroit Featuring Noah Jackson