HAPPY CHRISTMAHANUKWANZAAKKAH! It’s that time of year!!! I hope this holiday season finds you well. This month is very special to me for many reasons. One of my favorite Christmas memories is visiting my grandmother in New Jersey and sharing secret laughs with my father across the dinner table because we could never understand why
TODAY IS THE DAY! You’ve heard what led me to produce this performance. You’ve met a phenomenal group of featured artists. You’ve even gotten a glimpse of our rehearsal process. AND if you have already made a donation, your generosity is GREATLY appreciated!!! If you haven’t made a donation, TIME IS ALMOST UP! Our indiegogo
WE ARE ALMOST THERE! I have few words (and energy) left nowadays, but I wanted to share a little of our process with you. Who says work is no fun?! So check out some of the fun we’ve been workin’ out DAY and NIGHT: Click HERE if you can’t see the video. And we’ll look
I present to you (in the midst of costume shopping, confirming reception goodies, and trying to make sure my head stays on my shoulders!)… THIS WEEK’S ARTIST . . . TENDAYI KUUMBA Lover of Life and the pulse that drives it, Tendayi Kuumba is an innovator, performer, dancer, singer, entertainer of the soul born in Washington, DC and
We are 9 days away! I might have officially started losing marbles at this point, but I’m loving every minute of it! I’m really looking forward to all the magic that . . . first . . . has in store for you (and for me!). What kind of magic, you say?! The GENIUS kind
It’s that time of year!!! I hope this holiday season finds you well.
This month is very special to me for many reasons. One of my favorite Christmas memories is visiting my grandmother in New Jersey and sharing secret laughs with my father across the dinner table because we could never understand why she insisted on making mashed turnips every year when she was the ONLY person that ate them. Soon after Christmas, I get to celebrate another year of life and the holiday that gave me my name — Kwanzaa. After our yearly trip to New Jersey, my family returns to Atlanta to spend our Kwanzaa days curled up in our living room sharing the fruits we’ve reaped that year and how we can best sow our seeds for the next. And boy do I have some seeds to sow!
In 2012, after over two years of performing throughout NYC and beyond, I will proudly present an evening featuring my own choreography at a theater in Brooklyn! And I need YOUR help to make this performance a success.
I HAVE 2 MONTHS TO RAISE $2000.
Here’s how: http://www.indiegogo.com/first.
These funds will help cover rehearsal space, videographers & photographers, costumes, and, most importantly, paying the dancers.
I hope you can find a small space in your heart this holiday season to help me sow my seeds of success. Every dollar truly counts, and no donation is too small. Remember, http://www.indiegogo.com/first.
After all, I am because we are, and because we are therefore I am. As we say during Kwanzaa,