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Today we are once again shining the spotlight on the Charlotte International Arts Festival and today the spotlight is on Epoch Tribe!
Here with all the details are the co-founders, Hannah and Shardae Hasan. Epoch Tribe is a Black women-owned and operated production and consulting company that honors and illuminates the stories of Black people.
“At the genesis of Epoch Tribe, our goal was to produce live on-stage original productions that share real stories of real people and real communities” says Shardae. She adds “our work is rooted in home, legacy, sisterhood, Blackness, faith, freedom, and community.” “This Land Is My Land: Here from Afar" is a live on-stage production that tells the true stories of people from the Charlotte community with deep roots in countries from around the world” says Hannah. Through beautiful storytelling, music, and dance; this show dives deep into the lives, cultures, and stories of people who make the tapestry of our community more rich, diverse, and beautiful. Join us and get ready to be inspired with powerful storytelling. Here are the details:
Time: 8 PM
Date: Saturday, September 30
Location: Knight Theater
Ticket Prices Tickets start at $19.50
For more information visit CharlotteArtFest.com
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