Deez Nuts!: Black Bodies Dancing Defiance
Directed and Choreographed by C. Kemal Nance, PhD
Conversation Moderated by SCD Writer-at-large Gregory King
The Nance Dance Collective is an all-mall dance initiative that seeks to produce choreographies that narrate the multifaceted discourse of Black manhood. Its latest project, "Deez Nuts! Black Bodies Dancing Defiance" explores the masculinities and cultural scripts that emerge from being a Black dancing man in three African Diasporic communities in Jamaica, the United Kingdom, and the United States. In their own words and movement, Gavin Hart, Callum Sterling, and Danzel Thompson-Stout share their lived experiences.
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