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African Music and Dance on the Strand stage on Nov. 8

Posted October 31, 2019

Mother Kofi: The Tale of an African Princess, a production of African music and dance by Alphonso Horne, will be presented at the Strand Theatre on Friday, November 8 at 7:30pm. The show will feature dancers from Rockland’s Studio Red.

As part of the Strand Family Series, admission to this show is “Pay-What-You-Can;” ticket prices are set at $20, $10, $5, or $0 per person, so that cost is not a barrier to attend.

Mother Kofi: The Tale of an African Princess is a compilation of musical works with interpretive African dance in tribute to the life of Ghanian princess, activist, and prophetess Laura Adorka Kofi. She believed that she was sent on a mission to travel to America and deliver a message of invitation, union and self-help to people of African ancestry.

Mother Kofi: Tales of an African Princess is made possible in part by a grant from The Maine Arts Commission (MAC), as well as sponsorship support from Rockland Harbor Hotel, Pen Bay Medical Center, the Riley School, Steel House, and Camden National Bank.

Upcoming shows in the Strand Family Series are Everybody Loves Pirates by the Frogtown Puppeteers on January 4 at 11am;New Orleans band Jazzy Ash and the Leapin Lizards on Feb. 28 at 6:30pm, two live animation productions by Miwa Matreyek, This World Made Itself and Intimately Yours on April 3 at 6:30pm; and Go Home, Tiny Monster by Boston-based visual theater ensemble The Gottabees on May 2 at 11am.

Tickets are Pay-What-You-Can: $20, $10, $5, $0. Lobby and Balcony Bars will be open for age 21 and older. For more information, visit Tel: (207) 594-0070 EX 3 Email: info@rocklandstrand.comThe Strand Theatre, 345 Main Street, Rockland.