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2017 Standard Bank Ovation Award winner

Inspired by the creator’s memories of being taught English as one of only three black children at a private all-boys’ boarding school in the late 1980s, In(s)kin is a choreopoetic ensemble work that draws on personal histories, found prose, poetry, and visual and auditory archival material to explore how the process of “coming into language” shapes and situates us within specific cultural and political worlds.


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  1. adirmildog July 9, 2017 at 9:45 am

    Unbelievable, what an amazing show

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