All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten: Story & Music Revue
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This globe-trotting ensemble proves that praise knows no borders. With a history spanning more than 60 years, this Dakar, Senegal-based choir infuses American gospel spirituals with the styles and traditions of Pan-African music. The 15-member chorus and four traditional Senegalese drummers perform standards like "Amazing Grace" and "The Storm is Passing Over" while proving that praise is international by singing in each of their home country's four national languages. The choir, now led by music director Ambroise N'Diong, was founded in 1950 by UNESCO Ambassador Artist for Peace Julien Jouga as a means of creating harmony between Senegal's Muslim and Catholic cultures. Learn More
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We had a great time at this production. It a comedy with good stories that had a deeper meaning. The actors really portrayed the stories well and the singing was so good! The seats were a tad uncomfortable but the intermission helped with that.
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- So full of heart and wisdom that it will bring a tear to your eye and a lump to your throat time and time again … All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten is heartwarming, charming, funny and true. And if theater is meant to touch your heart and change the way you see things, then this qualifies for that too." —The Indianapolis Star
- “A refreshingly intimate combination of theatre and storytelling. Gentle … funny … joyous. Sparks of recognition ignited the audience.” —Chicago Sun-Times
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