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Dance Theater: "The Origin of Life on Earth: An African Creation Myth"

  • Louis Rousell Performance Hall at Loyola Univ. 6363 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA, 70118 United States (map)

The Origin of Life on Earth is a dance/theater adaptation of the book of the same title written by Dr. David A. Sankofa Anderson. It is a beautiful performance work that tells the story of how the first people on earth were created, according to African mythology. The performance is artfully danced by professionals who present in colorful costumes. The adaptation was written by Chakula cha Jua, Carol Bebelle and Chris Williams; directed by Dollie Rivas Monroe, and choreographed by Michelle Gibson. The rehearsal and dance director for the show is Catherine Caldwell. You do not want to miss this awesome holiday tradition! Call (504) 569-9070 for more information.  

Can't make the December show? Get your school, church or group on the schedule for the Black History Month performance in February. To book a field trip or group, ask for Drena Clay Johnson at (504) 569-9070.

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