Rennie Harris Puremovement
April 1, 2021 · Livestream Event · AC Presents
Rennie Harris, “the most brilliant hip-hop choreographer in America,” (The New Yorker) returns with an evening of works including two that directly reflect on current tragedies facing our nation. A reworking of the acclaimed 1995 duet, A Day in the Life, tells the story of brothers who get caught up in a violent street altercation with the police, while Black Promises, set to music by Beyoncé, is a tormented solo about systemic police brutality against black men. It’s hip-hop storytelling at its finest by “the most profound choreographer of his idiom.” (The New York Times)
- The Word
- The Big What If
- A Day in the Life
- Black Promises
- Purchase access now through 7:30 PM on April 1.
- Watch live at 7 PM on April 1 to participate in the chat and artist Q&A. Available on-demand through April 3.
This is an original, live event performed on our stage and streamed online. Visit our FAQs page for additional details.
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