Lincoln Center’s Boro-Linc: La Casita
Saturday, September 10 1-3PM | South Meadow Stage (Rain Location: Music Hall)
Hosted by poet LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs
1:00 pm Balkan music by Vlada Tomova
2:00 pm Mexican Fandango dance workshop and performance by Jarana Beat
An impressive lineup of artist-activists convene to explore the far-reaching social, political, and expressive powers of oral and visual tradition. Here, wordsmiths share the stage with musicians and dancers to uncover how poetry, song, movement, and storytelling can unleash personal truths, construct identity, and fundamentally alter historic narratives.
Boro-Linc is bringing La Casita to Staten Island, Queens, Brooklyn, and Lower Manhattan in a four-week series offering urban poetry, spoken word, and music and dance expressions. The La Casita series presents diverse artistic works representing traditions from Harlem, the South Bronx, Latin America, the African Diaspora, the Balkans, South Asia, and beyond. Each event features an interactive dance workshop complementing the day’s performances.
This performance will be at the South Meadow Stage.
Boro-Linc: La Casita is curated by Claudia Norman.
Lincoln Center’s Boro-Linc is free, family-friendly performances workshops, and exhibitions by Lincoln Center resident organizations and community-based artists to bring world-class family programming to all five boroughs.
Major support for Boro-Linc is provided by the Andrew Mellon Foundation. Generous support facilitated by the Honorable City Council members Rafael Salamanca, Jr., James Van Bramer, and I. Daneek Miller. Lead Corporate Support is provided by Time Warner, Inc.