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House/Full of Blackwomen: AfroNOW — balance on the brink

  • Brava Theater Center Cabaret 2781 24th Street San Francisco, CA, 94110 United States (map)

Brava and BACCE present
So Soul San Francisco: Black Art Salon Series

House/Full of Blackwomen: AfroNOW — balance on the brink

Thursday, March 15 – 7pm


Hosts choreographer Amara Tabor Smith, director Ellen Sebastian Chang, multi-media artist Alexa C. Burell (aka LEXAGON), and somatic scholar Amber McZeal invite you to explore an evening in act(ions) of resiliency, rejoicing, rejuvenation through an interactive experience of conversational questioning inspired by Octavia Butler, Audre Lourde and Toni Cade Bambara, multi-media, Afropunk and wellness. Come prepared to move, sing and create. 

Photos by Robbie Sweeny

Photos by Robbie Sweeny

$10 - $25 sliding scale
No one turned away for lack of funds (subject to availability)

April 19 – Black Benatar’s Black Magic Cabaret 
w/Guest Host Beatrice Thomas

May 17 – Black on Black: High Crimes & Misdemeanors  
BACCE presents New Work & Manifesto

June 21 – Sugar Shack Remix 
Black Music Salon

BACCE commemorates, celebrates and cultivates the phenomenal Black Art scene with So Soul San Francisco: Black Art Salons. Every third Thursday, BACCE takes over Brava's Cabaret to unleash Black Art in a series of salons that include performance, food, music and conversation. We invite the community to enjoy and share the tremendous artistic output of some of the Bay Area’s most exciting and dynamic performing artists. 


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