January 11 - 12
School Performance: Spectrum Dance Theater
Approximate Run-time: 50-60 minutes
Spectrum Dance Theater presents the “genre-obliterating” dance theater production A Rap on Race based on the iconic 1970 conversation on race between James Baldwin and Margaret Mead. A Rap on Race is a creative inquiry on the role that race and ethnicity plays in our society. It is a quest for a new kind of theater where movement, dance, text, imagery, music, and sound co-exist to create an experience that nudges, prods, entices, and provokes the feeling and intellect of the spectator—a theater of mind, senses, and soul.
$4.00 tickets + Bus Reimbursement
On sale Thursday, May 25 at 7:30 AM at the Education Hotline, 651.282.3115