Thursday, April 10, 2008

[Wadabo_updates] Publicity for Build a School in Africa show


    Enjoy an evening of African Rhythms and Dance, and help to build a
school in southern Mali at the same time.  The Build a School In Africa
Project is raising funds for its fourth middle school, in a partnership
with Save the Children. 100% of the proceeds will help build a new middle
school in the village of Diaka, in the Kolondieba District of Mali.
    Members of Troupe Baden'ya, directed by Seydou Coulibaly, the Teriya
Dancers, Troupe Teranga, under the direction of Alice Heller, and a
repertory class directed by Fatou-Carol Sylla, will be performing dances
and music from West Africa. 
    We are offering two exciting performances ---
    1)  Saturday, April 12th,  7:30 P.M., in the bucolic  town of Harvard,
Mass, at the Cronin Auditorium, a 600+ seat theater - tickets available
at the door. Harvard is about 45 minutes west of Boston, just off route
    2)  Sunday, April 13th, 7:30 P.M. at the Julie Ince Theatre in the Dance
Complex, 536 Mass Ave, Central Square, Cambridge.  Seating is very
limited and advance tickets are available and recommended.
    Prices for both performances are $15 Adults, $5 for children under 12.
Contact Judy Lorimer, 978-433-2384, to purchase
tickets or for directions to the Saturday performance at the Cronin
auditorium.For more information about the project, check our website at

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