The Three Faces of Aimé Césaire: Until The River Never Grieves…
Presented in Partnership with the Dali MuseumSignature Event Series Theatre
Join us for a performance in conjunction with The Dali Museum’s special exhibition Aimé Césaire: Poetry, Surrealism and Négritude. Exhibit co-curator Bob Devin Jones presents his choreopoem, Until the River Never Grieves at The Dali on October 11 at 6:00 PM and at The [email protected] on October 13-14, 2021 at 7:30 PM.
Until the River Never Grieves, is a celebratory “choreopoem,” a theatrical piece containing music, poetry and dance. “Until the River Grieves is my joyous response in researching the life and creative work of Aimé Césaire” said Bob Devin Jones. The performance features three actors, Kingslay Solomon cast as Aimé #1, Edward Leonard cast as Aimé #2 and Carlos del Orbe cast as Aimé #3. They will be accompanied by three musicians vocals, jambe, and up right bass.
The October 11 performance at The Dali Museum is presented free of charge at 6:00 PM in the Will Raymond Theater. Pre-registration is required. Visit The Dali Museum Website to register and attend that performance.
Read an interview with Bob Devin Jones and learn more about this project in this article from the St. Pete Catalyst.
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