Full Circle Dance Company Presents
BELONG: A Free Community Performance
Sunday, October 9th, 2022 | 4:00 pm
Eager Park Pavillion,
900 Block of N. Wolfe Street, Baltimore MD 21205
FREE and open to all
*This performance is supported in part by the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation, by a Communities Thrive Grant from the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, and by a Creativity Grant from the Maryland State Arts Council.
Choreography: Elizabeth Quinones
Music: Abel Korzeniowski
Dancers: Elizabeth Hafey, Morgan James, Liz Pelton, Mindy Rawlinson, Nicole Tucker-Smith, Marina Wright, Misty Yackshaw
*This work reflects on the experience of migration, including feelings of loss of home and seeking belonging in a new place.
When the Village Returns to the Yard (excerpt)
Choreography: Hope B. Byers
Music: Maverick Music Rado
Dancers: Charise Byers, Hope B. Byers, Shaela Davis, Nicole Tucker-Smith
*Centered on the homecoming tradition of Historically Black Colleges and Universities, this work honors the annual event that brings alumni home to share in a celebration like no other.
Space Between (excerpt)
Choreography: Heather Perrow
Music: Shallows by Daughter
Dancers: Allison Powell, Amanda Rosenbaum, Misty Yackshaw
*This deeply personal work portrays the moments between a message of profound loss and the realization of what it means.
Choreography: Morgan James
Music: Original Poem called Queen by Morgan James; Major L. Beats; Buddy Guy
Performed by repertory students of the Morton Street Dance Center
Dancers: Logan Beale, Leah Daniels, Jewel Pike, Zari Wheeler-Oluwagbenga,
Amier La’Nyh Wilson
*Women Surrounding tells the story of an audacious young woman and her trying, yet loving relationship with the village of women who raised her.
We Stand for Those Who Stood
Choreography: Travis Gatling
Music: Martin Luther King, Jr., Prophetic Last Speech - 1968
Bernice Johnson Reagon, Sweet Honey in the Rock, I'm Gon' Stand!
Dancers: Hope B. Byers, Shaela Davis, Elizabeth Hafey, Morgan James, Nicole Tucker-Smith, Misty Yackshaw
*This work captures the courage of social justice protesters—in Baltimore and around the world —past and present.
Don’t miss our upcoming performance:
Saturday, November 19 at 7:30 pm
Sunday, November 20 at 2:30 pm
Baltimore Theatre Project
45 W. Preston St, Baltimore, MD 21201
Tickets: $22 general, $18 students
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