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April 26, 2019 @ 7:00 pm
Jumatatu m. poe’s terrestrial reminds us that Black humans have a long, continuing terrestrial history that far precedes and will outlive the specific oppressions of the past five centuries of white supremacy. Inspired by the hot brown granules in desert dirt and beach sand, this is an examination of humans as earth. Performed with Samantha Speis and vocalist Rodrigo Jerônimo, it is an in-progress, three-hour performance installation that invites the audience to come and go throughout.
Poe is a choreographer, performer, and educator based between Philadelphia and New York City who questions how to be a creature that delights whilst resisting.
April 26 7:00 pm
$25 — Regular
$20 — Reduced
$17 — Group (10 +)
$15 — 14 years and under
$0 — Accompanying person for spectators with a disability
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