“El Iyawo” is an epic poem that beautifully and powerfully illustrates the suffering and fear as well as dignity, morals , hopes and spirituality of enslaved Africans who endured horrific crossings of the Atlantic Ocean and established the African Diaspora as brave Cimarrones (runaway slaves) in the new world. Vivid fragments of history, ritual and tradition told through Cuban dance, song and music expression will ignite the stage by reaffirming its footprint in the universal history of the motherland, Africa in the American continent and in the Caribbean. “El Iyawo” is an experience in art, human science and anthropology.
|Venue: Baruch College Performing Arts Center’s Rose Nagelberg Theater, 55 Lexington Avenue
Dates: Saturday, June 14 and Sunday June 15
Door opens: 7 p.m. Showtime: 7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $20 ADVANCED Tickets BEFORE June 7 (use code: ADVANCE)
$25 GENERAL ADMISSION after June 7
(Note: Each ticket purchase will have additional charges for services and fees)
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Baruch College - Newman Vertical Campus
55 Lexington Ave
Room: Nagelberg Theatre