By Ellen Dunkel For The Inquirer
Sometimes it’s not just what happens on stage that makes a performance, but the surrounding details as well.
When Brooklyn’s Urban Bush Women, with Germaine Acogny and Kaolack (Pape Ibrahima Ndiaya), danced a single performance at Goodhart Hall at Bryn Mawr College’s Saturday night, it was a meeting of cultures: African and modern dance set against the stone and chandeliers of a building that seemed plucked from historic England.
The result was a gorgeous if unexpected combination. READ FULL STORY…