The Segal Centre presents

The Route to Canada

a Montreal Steppers Production
written by Kayin Queeley

Montreal Steppers present The Route to Canada by Kayin Queeley – a live presentation of the art form of step, spoken work, and song highlighting the resilience, creativity, and influence of our ancestors in the African Diaspora.

Rooted in the African traditions of storytelling and call and response, the showcase focuses on Black Canadian History. A combination of powerful and energetic stomps, claps, and a vocal ensemble to illustrate the long journey of Black folks to Canada through Slavery, the Underground Railroad, and Migration.

This show is presented in English.
Duration: 75min
Minimum Age: 5 years old

Saturday, April 2, 2022 at 4:00pm
Saturday, April 2, 2022 at 8:00pm

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Montreal Steppers

Founded in 2019, Montreal Steppers is a group that is committed to the art form of step. Stepping is a style of dance that uses the body as an instrument to create rhythms, sounds, beats through foot stomps, claps and chants. Focusing on values of teamwork, discipline, character building, black history and resilience, we allow participants the opportunity to learn step, experience success and use their bodies to tell their own story.

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