The choreographer of Broadway’s Once on This Island and NBC’s Jesus Christ Superstar, Camille A. Brown’s choreography is rich, textured and soulful. It is unabashed truth, honest and personal. In Black Girl: Linguistic Play you can’t help but see yourself in the work, the story, your story. It is a peeled back, memory-filled exploration of “playing” and its role in shaping who we are and what is culture.
Embodying a strong sense of storytelling, the company uses theatricality and the aesthetics of Modern, Hip Hop, African, Ballet, and Tap, to tell stories that connect history with contemporary culture. Camille A. Brown leads her dancers through excavations of ancestral stories, both timeless and traditional. A must see experience, grab your best friend and experience a performance that speaks to your soul.
This production is part of the following series: