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Happy Feet Hit Warner Main Space

March 11, 2016
Communications Staff
Photo credit: John Seyfried

Donnay Edmund (center) performs in Warner Main Space for her senior honors show, “From Guinea to Brooklyn: The Journey of my Happy Feet.” Under the direction of Artist-in-Residence in Africana Studies and Director of Dance Diaspora Adenike Sharpley, the performance featured students from the Essence Dance Class, current members and alumni of Dance Diaspora, the student group Ilu Aiye, and guest drummers from New York City.

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