Hamalali Wayunagu: Garifuna Folkloric and Modern Dance Company
The need to awaken youth awareness and inform the world of the Garifuna culture led to the creation of Hamalali Wayunagu.
Hamalali Wayunaga, meaning "voices of our ancestors", call upon audiences in the Americas to experience the Garifuna culture. By exposing young people to cultural experiences through dance and music, Hamalali Wayunagu helps to keep the culture alive across the Garifuna Diaspora in the USA.
The Company is led by dancer/choreographer, Luz F. Soliz, winner of the 1994 Bronx Best Choreographer Award from Bronx Council on the Arts.
The International Youth Performing Arts Festival (YPA) is a Theatre International, Inc. initiative that provides the New York and international community with quality arts programming, training, arts-in-education workshops and professional talent development and showcase for young people between the ages of 14 and 23.
INTERNATIONAL YOUTH PERFORMING ARTS FESTIVAL
Theatre International Diaspora Institute; will produce the first annual Arawak, Taino, Garifuna Festival.
Lehman College - Lovinger Theater
250 Bedford Park Blvd W, Bronx, NY 10468
Sunday, May 20, 2018
Festival: 11-6pm | Gala: 7:30-10pm
TI Writers Laboratory - Playwright and screenwriting workshop
Saturdays 2-4pm (Classes begin Feb 3, 2018)
3630 Third avenue Bronx, NY 10456
Theatre International TV Show
(Beginning February 2018)
S H O U T!
The Drama of an "Invisible Black Man" of a Certain Age in the Last Days of Political Correctness.
Theatre International, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) Arts Organization founded in 1983.
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