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HSA & INSPIRIT Dance Company Celebrate Women's History Month!

INSPIRIT Dance Company
Celebrate Women's History Month


The Voice - The Body - The History
& The Evolution


Friday, March 20 & Saturday, March 21
8:00 PM-9:30 PM
HSA Theater, 647 Saint Nicholas Ave. @ 141st St. A,B,C,D Trains to 145 Street, SW exits

Through a variety of dance, poetry and theater performances, this diverse and thematic work, as part of Women's History Month, is in honor of the significant contributions of women and their historical triumphs.
Through a balance of professional and student performances, the audiences will view work from choreographers Nia Love of Blacksmith's Daughter, Christal Brown of INSPIRIT, Paloma McGregor of Urban Bush Women, and HSA Dance Instructor Keith Anthony Lewis. Additional performances by poet Nabiyah and a theatrical work written and directed by E. Mesiyah McGinnis.

Tickets $10 per person, for sale at the door.

Suggested audience: ages 11 and up

The Harlem School of the Arts
645 St. Nicholas Ave. at 141st Street, New York, NY
(212) 926-4100 |

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