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Terrance Morgan with the performing arts in education troupe the Kabuki Dancers from Lafayette, Louisiana, is a recipient of the 2019 ArtSpark grant in collaboration with Acadiana Center for the Arts and Lafayette Economic Development Authority premiere of our new youth anti-gun violence program “Shots Fired”.
The premiere is Tuesday November 19th 2019 @ 4:30pm at the Boys & Girls Club in Lafayette, LA located at Jackie Club – 1000 Marie Antoinette St Lafayette, La with guest speakers to speak before we premiere our program and the audience will include both parents and children.
Here’s a description of the program:
Attend the first public performance of the work created by Terrance Morgan and his group, Kabuki Dancers. Shots Fired is a new program developed in collaboration with the Kabuki Dancers’ that addresses gun violence from a young person’s perspective. The program uses dance, live drums, and spoken word to portray emotions that young people deal with regarding school shootings, preventative drills, as well as life’s many other challenges. In the program they also discuss ways to channel anger, frustration, and other negative emotions into self-expression through art and creativity, with the goal of reminding the audience to focus on what’s important in their lives.