This video comes to us by way of Adero Green: check out The Cambridge Youth Dance Program (CYDP) showing off their moves at The Cutler Majestic Theatre during our run in Boston on May 1st. On April 30, FELA! cast member Iris Wilson met with the girls of Cambridge Youth Dance Program at their dance studio in North Cambridge. She assisted with staging and counts, as the girls had already choreographed a presentation for the curtain call. The following girls participated in this presentation: Maria Kaestner, 18 Brianna Frazier, 16 Roxanne Rivard, 16 Anna Workman, 15 Chiara Bercu, 14 Alanna Logan, 12 Caroline Workman, 12 The Cambridge Youth Dance Program is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing the talented and artistic youth of the … Continue readingTagged boston, broadway, cambridge youth dance program, cutler majestic theatre, cydp, dance, emerson college, fela, fela kuti |
Monthly Archives: May 2012
Check out this FELA! drum cover by the supremely talented drummer Chris Dave. Gotta love a man with two first names. Also, he’s on Twitter. Chris Dave x FELA from Chris “Daddy” Dave on Vimeo.Tagged chris dave, drums, fela kuti |
Boston City Hall (May 1, 2012) – Boston City Councillor Charles C. Yancey welcomed the critically acclaimed, Tony Award-winning musical FELA! to the City of Boston last Sunday. Councillor Yancey called the musical, which tells the important story of legendary Nigerian musician, Fela Anikulapo Kuti, an incredible demonstration of one man’s sacrifice to improve the political environment and human rights conditions in Nigeria. “The music, the dance, the costumes, and the extraordinary talent made FELA! one of the best musicals I’ve ever seen,” he said. Fela, a Nigerian multi-instrumentalist, a musician and composer, the pioneer of Afrobeat music, human rights activist, and a political maverick, defied Nigeria’s corrupt and oppressive military governments and devoted his life and music to the struggle for freedom and … Continue readingTagged boston, catia mota da cruz, charles yancey, cutler majestic theatre, emerson college |
A Letter from Maija & Ashe-O
Prêt-À-Poundo: Top 10 Style Guide and Exclusive Behind-The-Scenes Video
Photo: Lovely letter from Beyonce to Michelle Williams
Prêt-À-Poundo: Style Guide – The Dapper Real Live Show
Video: Beyoncé Is A(n African) Grown Woman
Prêt-À-Poundo: Style Guide — Rock Your Punk Fela Tee
Video: Meshell Ndegeocello Talks About Fela Kuti on STGtv
Fela! Flash Mob (Seattle, WA)
Gelan Lambert personally invited to Miami by Mayor Andre D. Pierre!
Sahr Ngaujah won a Norton Award for ‘Outstanding Musical Performance.’
Official FELA! Opening Party & Performance w/ SAHR NGAUJAH in Oakland, CA!
Meshell Ndegeocello spent an afternoon at Broadway at the Paramount