Honey Pot Performance planned

Honey Pot Performance’s​ Juke Cry Hand Clap (2014) focuses on house music culture as a conceptual ground to explore social practices developed in Black Chicago during the long 20th century. Drawing from music forms such as blues, gospel, disco, and funk as well as dances such as the slow drag, bopping, stepping, the hustle, and line dances, Juke Cry Hand Clap explores “house” as an evolving embodied lineage of African American forms of making community and of cultural resistance influenced by the Great Migration from the rural South to the urban North (1910s through the 1970s).

​ ​AS220 Blackbox, 95 Empire Street, Downtown Providence

April 13th, 6:30 PM

Free and Open to the Public

There will be a post-show talk back between the artists and RISD faculty.

http://honeypotperformance. com/

https://vimeo.com/95420751

AS220, Honey Pot Performance, Turner Theatrical and Performance Design Fund

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