Guinea Fare: Her Story, Her Ipseity

People watch the visual artwork called "Inc." by Tramaine Townsend as the KPMG Plaza building is illuminated in the background during Prelude: A Preview of Aurora 2017 on the AT&T Performing Arts Center campus in Dallas, Friday, Oct. 21, 2016.

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Set to debut in Bandan Koro’s inaugural theatre season, this explosive production is an experience for the entire family. Take a journey with four women as they travel to their ancestral homelands through contemporary dance, spoken word, and traditional African music and dance.

Experience the joys, sorrows, and the beauty of becoming a woman while identifying with one’s absolute self. Guinea Fare, meaning women’s dance in the Maninka language, explores the journey of four young women as they travel to their ancestral homelands through Contemporary Dance, Spoken Word, and Traditional African Music and Dance. Set to the tone of modern day women’s issues, this explosive production is set to debut in Bandan Koro’s inaugural theater season, Ipseity: The Disturbance of Self. This experience is intended for the entire family.
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