Winter Dance Company will team up with area dancers and singers in celebration of Black History for the 2nd Annual “Oh Happy Day’ production, Sunday, March 1, at McKinley Middle Magnet School,1550 Eddie Robinson Sr. Drive.
Performing again this year will be MOKA Dance Association, Anointed 2 Dance, D-Icon Productions, Pirouette Dance Studio, and many others.This astounding dance presentation made its grand debut last at The Dufroq School with nearly 300 people in attendance. The performances last year brought the audience to their feet as they danced to old negro spirituals including “Wade in the Water,” “Change Gon’ Come,” and “Oh Happy Day, along with a combination of monologues, skits, and other presentations in celebration of heritage and culture.
Organizers said the production of “Oh Happy Day” was a creative way for the talents involved to pay respect to those who have paved the way, not only Blacks, but for all mankind. Special thanks to Megan Lawrence who will assist again with the program, the layout and concept of the program. “I am so very grateful for the support that the local community gave us for “Oh Happy Day last year” said Winter McCray. “And, we thank the Baton Rouge Community in advance for supporting for this year’s event.”
Doors will open at 4pm. Production starts at 5pm. Admission is $5.