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Ribbon Dance of Empowerment: Chinese Dance through the Eyes of an American at Infinite Energy Theater

Dates

10/19/2019 - 10/20/2019

Theatre

Infinite Energy Theater


6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Duluth, GA 30097
Duluth, 30097
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Tickets Info

$24 Adults; $17 Students and Seniors (65+)
Phone: (770) 449-9953


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Atlanta Chinese Dance Company (ACDC) shares a rarely told story about Chinese Americans growing up in the South through an original production "Ribbon Dance of Empowerment: Chinese Dance through the Eyes of an American." Intertwining Chinese dance with personal storytelling by and about some of the nearly 100 dancers, the production celebrates the role the art form has played in their search for identity, belonging, and self-acceptance as Chinese Americans in the South. Based on the personal journey of ACDC Co-Artistic Director Kerry Lee, "Ribbon Dance of Empowerment" culminates in an original mini dance drama that tells a story of a shy little American born Chinese girl who does not know where she belongs in the black/white binary of the American South. As she performs the Chinese ribbon dance hundreds of times throughout her life, she is empowered to be confident in her own skin as a Chinese American.

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Atlanta Chinese Dance Company Presents Original Production
October 08, 2019

Atlanta Chinese Dance Company (ACDC) shares a rarely told story about Chinese Americans growing up in the South through an original production Ribbon Dance of Empowerment: Chinese Dance through the Eyes of an American on October 19-20 at the Infinite Energy Theater. Intertwining Chinese dance, history, and culture with personal storytelling by and about some of the nearly 100 dancers, the production celebrates the role the art form has played in their search for identity, belonging, and self-acceptance as Chinese Americans in the South.

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