Troika dancers step up in new production
Troika Bermuda returned to the stage last night to present In Living Color — its fifth Young Choreographers’ Showcase.
The performance arts group said the dance showcase would be a “creative and explosive presentation highlighting the choreographic talents and passion for dance by Bermuda’s young people”.
The performances feature a myriad of genres, including hip hop, contemporary, dancehall, African dance, inspirational, and Caribbean folk.
The show is being staged tonight and tomorrow night at the Earl Cameron Theatre at City Hall. Tickets are available from ptix.bm
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The creative directors of In Living Color are Sacha Dill and Shanna Henry. It is sponsored by the Centennial Foundation, the Chubb Foundation, The Liberty Group, One Communications and the Bermuda Community Foundation.
Ewart Brown, the former premier, and his wife, Wanda, are the chief patrons.
He said: “Wanda and I have supported Troika since its inception. I have always been thrilled by the performances of our young people. Our support for Troika is automatic!”
Troika co-founder Seldon Wooldridge said: “We are extremely grateful for the continued patronage of the former premier the Honourable Dr Ewart F. Brown. He has supported Troika Bermuda’s initiatives from inception; and as such we’ve been able to provide invaluable artistic opportunities to Bermuda’s young people.”
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