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Ipi Ntombi: An African Dance Celebration (1997)

The story of a Johannesburg mine worker told in song and dance.

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top notch dancing and singing
13 May 2003 | by (Allen, Texas) – See all my reviews

At first blush this stage production comes across as a powerful and dynamic performance that provides non-stop, mesmerizing performances from the lead singers. There is a continued blend of modern and ancient rhythms that keep your attention focused on the entire cast in constant interaction with the auditorium audience that is rarely captured anywhere else. At times you even feel a part of the audience and enjoy the thrilling drama as it unfolds in front of you.

Repeated viewings only serve to enhance the pleasure received. It's a shame that this has yet to be released on DVD to allow the full effect of the music and acting to be delivered in modern technology.


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