Liberte

Liberté

Sunday, Mar 10, 7:00pm

Co-presented with The Learning Council and Arts for All

Come be transported and amazed at this original African Arts Theater show, Liberté, choreographed by world renown West African artist, Fara Tolno. Liberté is French for Freedom, and this dynamic show will tell a story of humanity through music, movement, multimedia and more. A full live orchestra of Western and traditional African instruments will accompany dancers, aerialists, acrobats, breakdancers and more.

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