Ishmael Houston-Jones is an internationally known choreographer, author, performer, teacher and arts activist. He received numerous awards including two Bessie Awards for his piece Cowboys, Dreams and Ladders, and for the revival of THEM (1985), which focuses on masculinity, sexuality and the AIDS epidemic. Recently he was honored with the prestigious Doris Duke Impact Award. Come witness an evening of dancing-talking about his artistry, black choreographers and postmodern dance.
Ishmael will teach a master class in dance improvisation. Open to all!
Tuesday November 3, 10am-12pm
White Box Live Arts
General $25, Student $20
Produced by PADL West: www.padlwest.org
Space generously supported by San Diego Dance Theater
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