Les Larmes de Crocodile (Burundi)

Where – When

Uganda Museum > Car Gallery

7:45 PM
1.5 hrs
followed by conversation

The performance is made up of a number of scenes that on the one hand visualize social problems and on the other show the power of Burundian culture. An allegorical performance in which the crocodile from Lake Tanganyika is a recurring “character” as the Outsider and the Conscience. Gender, violence and reconciliation are, among other things, witnesses of the human condition in a country with a loaded past and present.

In a landscape of humor and emotions the spectator is confronted with questions regarding daily life. The performance integrates dance and theater as a natural unit, fusing play, rap, contemporary, urban and traditional dance.

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