Dow-Dance

As the Sun Sets

July 21 – 24, 2021

What does radical Black love look like in the midst of racism? How do we find love when it is a fight to simply exist? As the Sun Sets explores how Black people can find happiness and joy in the middle of Sundown Towns, which are predominantly white spaces that are unsafe for them to exist in. As the Sun Sets is a visual representation of Black stories thus celebrating how radical Black love has and will always flourish even in the midst of violence.

Choreography by Caleb Dowden & Dancers

Imani Gaudin-County : Dancer 
Andy Guzmán: Dancer
Jai Perez: Dancer 
Caleb Dowden: Dancer & Choreographer

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About the Company 

The mission of Dow-Dance is to provide a space where marginalized identities are celebrated through movement. Our work is a representation of our collective stories that are rooted in rhythm and a deep understanding of how the body can move with history. Our company collaborates with artists from diverse backgrounds, ensuring that the work we produce is a representation of the diverse world we live in.

2020-2021 Season
PERFORMANCES

Wednesday-Saturday at 7pm

TICKETS
General Admission $20
Students/Senior $17
RUNNING TIME
45 min