Step Afrika! performs at theaters and performing arts centers throughout the United States. The Company’s self-titled work, Step Afrika!, introduces audiences to the importance of stepping in cultural identity; the use of body percussion as a means of communication; and to the continuity of the use of polyrhythms and audience participation from traditional Zulu dance to contemporary stepping.
Step Afrika! 101 is an energetic, educational introduction to the art form of stepping. Merging the steps and strolls created and still practiced by Black Greek-letter organizations with the sounds of AfroBeats and popular music, Step Afrika! 101 fuses explosive footwork, vibrant choreography, and contemporary African movement into an incredible, unique campus experience.
The Migration: Reflections on Jacob Lawrence tells the story of one of the largest movements of people in United States history, when millions of African American migrants moved from the rural South to the industrial North in the 1900s