If Cities Could Dance
Dancers Across the U.S. Unite in Chain Letter
Season 3 Episode 4 | 4m 2s
Sixteen dancers from across the country, representing a range of dance styles, move as one being, with each dancer's moves flowing naturally into the next. Poet Chinaka Hodge narrates each dancer’s steps from all around the United States as we shelter-in-place. Inspired by Mitchell Rose's Exquisite Corps chain letter, each dancer begins in the last pose of the dancer before passing the movement.
Aired: 05/21/20 |
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S3 Ep8 | 6m 55s
J-Setting: From Southern HBCUs to the Clubs of Atlanta
S3 Ep7 | 5m 12s
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