DNAWORKS presents a performance of
A multimedia dance journey tracing the intersections of African, Jewish and Native American Heritages
Sunday, October 14, 2012
DNAWORKS presents HaMapah, a multimedia dance journey tracing the intersections of African, Jewish, and Native American heritages. In Hebrew, "HaMapah" means "the tablecloth" or "the map." HaMapah weaves contemporary dance with archival material, personal interviews, Yiddish and American songs, and video set to traditional, contemporary, and classical music. This performance explores issues of identity, culture, self-hood, and community
Following the performance, DNAWORKS Co-Directors Adam McKinney and Daniel Banks will lead a community dialogue about the audience's relationship to the core ideas of the piece -- the personal and the collective, the present and the past.
For more information on DNAWORKS please visit their website @ www.dnawork.org.