Friday, May 22, 2009

[Wadabo_updates] Out of Africa Benefit Performance from Fatou-Carol


Sat. May 30, 2009 8:00 PM
Martin Luther King Jr. Open School
850 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA


Produced by Lila Sylla and Fatou-Carol Sylla

"Out of Africa" celebrates African rooted dance and music from West
Africa and America.
Performing will be Under the Sun Dance and Drum, Boston Tap Company,
Beat Tree Dance Company and Enmotions Hip Hop Dance Company.
Solo performers include griot/musician, Bajaili Cissokho and dancer,
Pape N'Diaye, both from Senegal, West Africa as well as
Renzo the Hoofer and vocal soloist, Iginaijah Seck.
Other special guests include Raymond Sylla, Noel Staples,
Stone Montgomery and more.
Don't miss these amazing artists in a soulful performance great for the
entire family!!

In addition
It is for a great cause!

Come help us "RAISE THE ROOF"
for a displaced family in need of a home in Senegal, West Africa.

Adults $20, BDA Members $15, Children (ages 6-17) $8
Groups of 10 or more 25% discount
King Open Families Adults $13, children $5
Children 5 and under free.
Contact #: 617-868-6193

Getting there by Public Transportation.
From the Lechmere Station on the Green line, take #69 bus towards
Harvard Sq.
The school will be on the left.
From Harvard Sq. station on the Red Line take the #69 bus towards Lechmere
The school will be on your right.
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