Theatre UNCA Presents:
Kenbe, Amour Colere Folie: Improvisations for Love
CCBdance Project presents a repertory solo work
This event is free and open to the public for two nights only, Oct. 22 and 23 at 7 p.m.
Who decides which bodies can love across differences? How do women love differently in inter-culturalism? How do women hold onto love despite living with the anger and insanity of our current moment. This work draws upon Haitian novelist, Marie Chauvet’s once banned novel “Amour, Colèré, Folie” to explore how we love, hold onto love and react to living in difficult times. On another level, this dance inquires into the complications of loving and living amidst intersected realities that are not always easy to endure. The work is an act of feminine resistance to the realities often hierarchically ordered and gendered realities that create injustice that directly affect women.