Can you see the Rabbit?
Can you see the Rabbit?
The Singing Winds presents “The Rabbit in the Moon and other Aztec legends,” written and directed by Cynthia Fortozo.
When people in ancient Mexico looked up at a full moon, they saw the outline of a rabbit in the gray patterns of its face. When they looked at the mountains surrounding their biggest city, they saw silhouettes of people forever frozen in time.
Come hear the stories of how these things came to be, in a giant puppet pageant featuring dancers from the Ballet Folklorico Quetzalcoatl and the PS 230 puppeteers!
$ 2:00 suggested donation
Doors open at 6:15 for crafts activities and refreshments!
Where: PS 230 auditorium, 1 Albemarle Road
When: Friday, December 7 at 7:00 p.m.
Singing Winds presents De Caribbean Potporri, with Euston James, storyteller
A little bit scary and a lot of fun! Come celebrate this Halloween season in the spirit of the Islands. Hear the stories of La Diablesse and Les Douens, spirits who walk in the Caribbean night. Enjoy the music and dance of Trinidad and Tobago. Create a diya out of clay to light up your nights and keep darkness away.
Wear a costume if you like! Face-painting before the show!
WHERE: PS 230 multimedia room, located at 425 McDonald Avenue. nearest subway – F train (Church Avenue exit)
WHEN: October 20, 2012 at 10:00 a.m.
The Singing Winds: Storytelling from Around the World presents the international folk ensemble Holubka in “КОРОБЕЙНИКИ” (“Peddlers”), an evening of song, dance and folk customs from Russia and the Ukraine. When the peddler visits their village, the girls dream of their wedding. Share their joy as they celebrate Ivana Kupala with dance, music, traditional customs and the shared hope of a happy, bountiful future.
$ 2.00 admission
Doors open at 6:15 for pre-show crafts, games and refreshments.
WHERE: PS 230 auditorium, located at 1 Albemarle Street at McDonald Avenue. nearest subway – F train (Church Avenue exit)
WHEN: September 28, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.
We are proud to announce that the Singing Winds at PS 230 – Storytelling and Literacy Project has received a State Farm Good Neighbor Student Achievement Grant. 5th grade teacher Robyn Waters will be conducting an oral history project with her students to investigate the expectations and experience of public education in a multilingual immigrant community. Students will seek out stories about school in other places and other times, and create a video documentary reflecting their investigation. Along with the video, students will create a presentation, “Preparing to Learn,” to promote storytelling and reading aloud with preschool children as an important practice to develop readiness for school.
Thank you, State Farm YSA!
Performed by the young dancers of the Bangladesh Institute of Performing Arts (BIPA), Bhuddhu Bhutum transports us to the enchanted land of Bengali fairy tales with colorful costumes, and traditional music and dance.
Come watch the adventures of Buddhu and Bhutum, the owl and monkey princes, as they rescue the beautiful princess Shukh Pakhi, trapped in an underwater palace.
In celebration of the Bengali New Year 1419, the performance will also include a Dance of Joy and Festivity, by students from the Bengali Dance Class at PS 230.
$ 2.00 suggested donation
WHERE: PS 230 auditorium, located at 1 Albemarle Road at McDonald Avenue. Brooklyn. nearest subway – F train (Church Avenue exit)
WHEN: April 20, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.
I’ve enjoyed your recent events including your program on March 23, 2012 featuring the Redhawk Native American Dancers. I thought I would take a moment and share with you an event taking place on the Columbia University campus on Sunday, April 15th – The Native Student Council’s 2nd Annual Columbia University Powwow. The event is open and free to the public. Here is the link to the event page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/401323446548091
Also, if you would like to consider supporting these students and their programs, donations can be made at this link: https://www.wepay.com/public/view/1957098
Thank you so much and continued success with your programs.
Native American Song and Dance with the Redhawk Dance Troupe
Come experience an evening of Native American Stories told through traditional song and dance. See the creation story of Grass Dance, Fancy Dance and the exciting and acrobatic Hoop Dance by Brooklyn own’s world- traveled Redhawk Dancers.
Doors open at 6:15 for crafts, games and refreshments.
$ 2.00 admission
WHERE: PS 230 auditorium, located at 1 Albemarle Street at McDonald Avenue. Brooklyn. nearest subway – F train (Church Avenue exit)
WHEN: March 23, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.
We are proud to announce that the Singing Winds Storytelling Series has received support from the Brooklyn Arts Council’s 2012 Community Arts Development Fund.