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6568: More Vodou drama in Brooklyn (fwd)

From: Lois E Wilcken <makandal-ny@juno.com>

From:  Lois Wilcken <makandal-ny@juno.com>


La Troupe Makandal presents Part Three of  Rising Sun (Solèy Lève), a
Vodou drama of death and rebirth in three parts.  Close the Solstice
season with a koupe gato (cske cutting, a Three Kings ritual), then kick
off Karaval .  Keep Haiti's roots culture alive!  Dancing, drumming, and
song under the direction of Master Drummer Frisner Augustin (NEA Heritage
Fellow 1999).  Admission $7 at the door.  Fine Haitian cuisine for sale
after performance.

Date and place:
Saturday, 13 January, 7:30 pm
B.G. Restaurant, 1938 Rockaway Parkway near Avenue N.

Subway/bus: L to Canarsie/Rockaway Parkway; transfer to #42 bus to Avenue
Road: Flatbush Avenue south to Flatlands Avenue; make left and follow
Flatlands to Rockaway Parkway; make right and follow Rockaway to Avenue
OR, Belt Parkway to Exit 13.  Exit onto Rockaway Parkway and follow to
Avenue N.

For further details, call 718-953-6638, or email makandal-ny@juno.com

Support from the New York State Council on the Arts has made this program
Funding from Meet the Composer, Inc. is provided with the support of NY
State Council on the Arts, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, ASCAP,
Virgil Thomson Foundation, Jerome Foundation, JP Morgan, Mary Flagler
Cary Charitable Trust, The Eleanor Naylor Danan Charitable Trust, The
Greenwall Foundation, and National Endowment for the Arts.

Lois Wilcken
La Troupe Makandal - New York City's #1 Haitian Roots Ensemble
621 Rutland Road, Brooklyn NY 11203
718-953-6638 / makandal-ny@juno.com