Dancer As Insurgent: Vogue and Its Implications for Radical Social Change

Benjamin Hunter Hart ’11 invites you to view performances of his senior thesis:

  • Title: Dancer As Insurgent: Vogue and Its Implications for Radical Social Change
  • Description: This short, one-person performance piece combines movement and spoken word to examine vogue–a form of Black and Latina queer street dance–as a radical tradition, one which does not require any explanation from the academy, and which has the ability to transform disempowerment into the tools of social reinvention.
  • Date: April 8th and 9th
  • Time: 7:30 PM
  • Place: The ’92 Theater
  • Tickets are free at the box office on the day of the performance.
  • Sponsored by Second Stage and the African-American Studies Program.

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