Tuesday, October 02, 2007

[Wadabo_updates] Changed date! - Call for Dancers w/ Fatou N'Diaye

Dear African Dance & Drum Community,

Call for Dancers:
(Please note the date of the first rehearsal has changed below)
Master dancer & choreographer, Sister Fatou N'Diaye Davis,
is producing a show for spring 2008.
She is looking for 8-10 dancers
to perform in this community performance

The performance will include music & dances from Senegal, West Africa.
Dancers must be able to regularly attend rehearsals on Saturdays,
3:00-4:30pm at the Dance Complex (First rehearsal will be Saturday October 13th). Dancers of all ages (teen-aged dancers are welcome), physiques, origins and nationalities are encouraged to attend. If you are interested in participating, please send an email letting Fatou know a little about yourself and your dance experience to Darya at: daryamarusa@yahoo.com.

Fatou N'Diaye-Davis , is the founder and director of the traditional West African dance company, Silimbo D'Adeane West African Dance and Drum Company. The company name, translates to "Sunrise on Adeane". Fatou was born, in the Cassamance region of Senegal, in the village of Adeane. Ms. N'Diaye-Davis has danced and acted professionally for over twenty-five years. Currently Fatou resides in Boston where she brings her rich heritage to people of all ages.
For more information on Sister Fatou please visit www.Silimbo.com

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