Received this in the mail

…from Antiguan-Canadian poet, Motion:

to a White Boy Song debuts @ Summerworks 2011!


& Co-created by Mumbi Tindyebwa Otu

Written & Co-created
by Motion

Choreographed & Co-created by M​eryem Alaoui

Dancing to a White Boy Song features 3 actors, 3 stories and 3 art forms…a
multidisciplinary theatrical creation exploring the issues of youth,
immigration, culture and the tensions of ‘otherness’, told through the eyes,
voices, and bodies of 3 characters through poetry, movement and visual imagery.


Inspired by personal stories and experiences
of African youth, Dancing to a White Boy Song takes its audience through
a physical, emotional and mental journey exploring the metaphor of what it means
to “dance to the beat of the other”; how we come to define ourselves and relate
to one another in our diverse multicultural society.

Dancing to a White Boy Song is running from August 5-13, 2011 as part of the 2011
SummerWorks Festival:



Friday August 5th @

Sunday August 7th @

Tuesday August 9th @

Thursday August 11th @

Friday August 12th @

Saturday August 13th


As a special offer, if you purchase 5 tickets
in advance, we will give a complimentary ticket as a thank you.

Simply purchase your tickets on-line at or in person at the Arts Box Office (located at Theatre Passe Muraille
16 Ryerson Avenue, One block North East of Bathurst & Queen) or by phone at
416-504-7529. Once purchased, e-mail our producer, with your name and
the date you are attending, and your complimentary ticket will be available at
the box office on the night of the performance.

Thank you again for
supporting SummerWorks and Dancing to a White Boy Song. You can visit us
on-line at

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