April 22, 2021: What We Ask of Flesh, began in collaboration with poet and scholar Remica Bingham. Aligning Bingham’s text with personal narratives, soundscapes by Faria Malianga, and the clarifying eye of dramaturg Arielle Brown, What We Ask of Flesh delivers an analysis of the capacity of a human life. RSVP below!
"I can't, I'm too busy!" Have you uttered that line before as you move about in life? You are not alone! Most people are extremely busy and unfulfilled. Busyness should not be the reason you don't go after the life you'd love to live. Get unstuck! Join Coach Christal on April 24, 2021. Join below!
Our world has been rocked after horrible events ensued nationally and globally, bringing attention to the need for the Black Lives Matter movement. Black dance artists have not been quiet since. To stay involved, we will hold weekly impromptu discussions and tell stories - “Black Dance Stories."
A sit down with David P. France
Praxis Interview Magazine with Yale University Radio
Christal Brown sits down Flynn Artistic Director Steve MacQueen
Daughters of Wisdom: Featured Blogger
Dancers jump for joy thanks to new floor at Middlebury Recreational Center
Christal Brown finds a connection to her father through dance
Lets Talk About Race
Dancing in the J'Ouvert Spaces