Mother Tongue

Mother Tongue, Photo: Shane Rozario

Mother Tongue is a vibrant kaleidoscope of dance and live music that explores war, cultural tolerance and healing, revealing shifting paradigms and new futures. This highly visual and spectacular work is a collision of dance, rhythm and vocals from Torres Straight Islands, Ghana, Polynesia, North India, flamenco and contemporary body percussion. Mother Tongue is the final work in Annalouise Paul’s highly acclaimed trilogy “Conversations in Rhythm and Dance”.