Come Dance With Me, Canada: Iroquois Social Dances with Gadaihongwas
TIMES / VENUES
Sunday, July 1, 2012
Stage in the Round
235 Queens Quay West
The history and culture of the Iroquois People is entwined with the traditional social songs and dances that are still carried out by these local First Nations. Audiences will have the opportunity to learn about some of the values and etiquette which incorporates mutual respect for each other as well as ones relationship with the environment. Some of the dances they may learn include: Standing Quiver Dance, Robin Dance, Alligator Dance, and Smoke Dance.
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