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Camille A. Brown & Dancers


Camille A. Brown & Dancers

A vivid survey of love and resilience in the African diaspora by award-winning “force of nature” (NYT) choreographer and her company.

The Moore Theater


“A silky, emollient quality of movement, punctuated by volatile bursts … extraordinary.” Washington Post



Choreographer and dancer Camille A. Brown leads her irresistible company in ink, which moves through captivating stories about identity and self-empowerment in African and African American culture. Brown nimbly combines movement styles from social dance, ritual, hip hop, tap and everyday life, enhanced by onstage musicians. ink sweeps in time from the slave trade to the present, from griots to DJs, depicting the comedy, sensuality and political edge in black fellowship. Widely known for her TED talk on social dance in the African diaspora and as choreographer for NBC’s recent live broadcast of Jesus Christ Superstar, Brown brings her own distinct vision.


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If you’re an educator looking to bring a group to this performance please contact kate.e.adams@dartmouth.edu


Intermediate Dance Master Class
Tue, Apr 2, 6 pm, Straus Dance Studio, $10
Dancers from Camille A. Brown & Dancers will teach a session focusing on the technique and movement language that are central to the company. Recommended for people 16+ with some dance background.

Post-show Talks
Discussion on stage directly after the performance with artists
Thu, Apr 4, moderated by dancers from the company
Fri, Apr 5, moderated by Felicia Swoope ’91

Post-show Thursday Night Live
with Camille A. Brown & Dancers

Thu, Apr 4, 8:30 pm
Fri, Apr 5, 9:15 pm
Top of the Hop, Free

Socialize with the artists, have a drink and dance to DJ Sean/LivemixKings in a lounge setting.


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1. Camille A. Brown & Dancers in “ink”, by Marina Levitskaya; 2. Catherine Foster in “ink”, by Marina Levitskaya; 3. Beatrice Capote & Juel D. Lane in “ink”, by Christopher Duggan; 4. Maleek Washington & Timothy Edwards in “ink”, poto by Christopher Duggan