Award-winning choreographer Camille A. Brown uses the rhythmic play of social dance, double dutch, steppin’, tap, and live original music to represent a nuanced spectrum of black womanhood in a racially and politically charged world. From play to protest, the performers come into their identities—from childhood innocence, to girlhood self-awareness, to maturity—all the while shaped by the bonds of sisterhood.
"sneaker-stomping...so elastic, so intricate that the sense of cadence and rhythm is as visual an experience as it is an aural one."- The New York Times
When choreographer and artist Camille A. Brown read Kyra Gaunt’s book ... (more)