Survival, Economies, Music
Written by Toshi Reagon and Comm 655
April 30th & May 1st
Written by Artist-in-Residence and Mellon DisTIL Fellow, Toshi Reagon, this new musical works with communication students in Professor Renee Alexander Craft’s and Joseph Megel’s Performance, Politics, and Culture class. Based on Ta Nehesi Coates’ book, The Water Dancer, this work is part of a series focusing on migration and immigration as a way we engage with survival, economies, and music.
Co-sponsored by Creative Futures and Carolina Performing Arts