- Compagnie KLP, ‘Tour of Duty’ (Alliance Francaise)
Alliance Française's Urban Corps Transatlantic HIp-Hop Festival presents a performance by the French dance company KLP. Set in 1960's Brooklyn, "Tour of Duty," sounds like a battle on the field, but in actuality it's a different kind of war. A group of friends reminisce of the hardships they've had to face in the face of social, economic and cultural barriers, while simultaneously telling the story of how hip-hop began. The Washington Post writes, "Junious Brickhouse, founder of the District-based hip-hop collective Urban Artistry, is a bit skeptical about the storyline — Brooklyn? What about the South Bronx? — but suspects that the dancing will be on target. 'I’ll be honest. I think there are some things that get lost in translation...but at the end of the day, I just want to get down with some nonverbal art.'" Atlas Performing Arts Center. 8 p.m. $23.
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