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Author: Noriko Bell

Efren Corado: On a Journey We Go!

Efren Corado: On a Journey We Go!

“On a Journey We go!” is the last thing we say before boarding the cars. For instance, as we head on tour to Casper Wyoming, we are due to encounter closed roads, snow storms and who knows what. We know that we have the potential to experience any roadblock foreseeable. On the last trip to Idaho, we witnessed and acted as first responders on an accident where the vehicle had rolled across the high way. Our readiness for the stage…

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Ursula Perry: That is it’s Power

Ursula Perry: That is it’s Power

Learning Donald McKayle’s Rainbow Round My Shoulder was a very personal journey for me. Growing up as a black female in America with parents who lived through and experienced segregation, I heard stories like these of my ancestors, but could never truly grasp what it meant. I knew it was a struggle. I knew we, as a country, have come far and I know we still have a journey ahead of us. As an artist, specifically a dancer, one has…

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