We. Dance., featuring a text written and performed by Hope Boykin, is now live on YouTube.
“Our voices ring loudly through our bodies’ language,” says Hope Boykin in Alvin Ailey's powerful new short film We. Dance. Boykin, a dancer at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater—who wrote and performed the text for the video—is one of several dancers featured in the film, released June 3 against the backdrop of a global Black Lives Matter movement.
Featuring a text written and performed by Boykin, and music by At The End of Times, Nothing, the video is by Danica Paulos.
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