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Ishimwa

Genocide, survival and laughter

With poignant humor, dancer Ishimwa examines the irrational religious ideas he adopted as a child to help him get over the death of his mother.

Graduate of the Rambert school, Ishimwa turns his body and voice into a medium, like a faith healer, drawing on memories of his native Rwanda.

A cabaret-like carousel of ideas – more please
The Times

 

Read an interview with Ishimwa.

This show is now SOLD OUT. We recommend Trajal Harrell’s solo dance performance – Twenty Looks or Paris is Burning at the Judson Church (S).

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