Our theatre productions are one way we help to preserve and spread #awareness of the #culture and arts of the #philippines . Learn how to be a part of this creation by attending our Open House Dec. 10 from 12-4pm!
Learn how to join this awesome community by attending our open house: December 10 from 12 - 4pm!
Remember to bring some food to share! (This was us during the Standing Rock benefit.) #kindingsindaw
Join the event: tinyurl.com/KSopenhouse
See you there!
Come through and support indigenous peoples in #Mindanao by learning more about their culture and current conditions. La Mama Galleria, 47 Great Jones St. NY, NY 10003 from 12-4pm. 🇵🇭❤️👏🏽 #kindingsindaw || Check out the FB event at tinyurl.com/KSopenhouse
Our World Dance Passport is going to happen at this beautiful venue on May 20! Free event with dances from different cultures such as Filipino, Okinawan, Bulgarian, Indonesian, Tibetan, Mexican, and special guest Mariachi!
For more info email: firstname.lastname@example.org or go to our website on our profile!
Honor 10 years of serving the people and see Kinding Sindaw perform at GABRIELA New York's 10 Year Anniversary party next Saturday 4/29! Register today, link in bio💃🏾
Kinding Sindaw Melayu Heritage is an award-winning, non-profit dance theater created in 1992 that seeks to assert, reclaim, recreate, and preserve indigenous Philippine culture and traditions through art, theater, and cultural workshops and classes in the NYC area.
$10 tickets are almost gone for Tao Marayao by Kinding Sindaw! Available online! Check out the link in our profile picture!
Lucas + Leonardo w friends learning #Maranao classic walk folk dance #NYC#Philippines 🇵🇭 #USA 🇺🇸 with #choreorapher#PutriRankaManis#KindingSindaw her show will be at #LaMama in east village nyc april 6-9 2017 #TaoMarayao "the good person" Http://lamama.org/tao_marayao/
Tao Marayao (The Good Person)
April 6, 2017 - April 9, 2017
First Floor Theatre | 74A E 4th Street; 1st Floor
Thursday to Saturday at 7:30PM; Saturday at 3PM; Sunday at 2PM
By Kinding Sindaw
Created and Directed by Potri Ranka Manis Queano Nur
Tao Marayao is a dance storytelling theater piece follows the path of Panglima, a tribal chief of the Samal Balangingi, a maritime Muslim tribe from Zamboanga, Mindanao, Southern Philippines. It is a saga that explores the themes of displacement, the continued plunder of indigenous land, and the strength found in solidarity with communities in diaspora that span and weave in the forgotten Philippine southern seas.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Potri Ranka Manis Queano Nur founded Kinding Sindaw in 1992 as a way to assert, preserve, reclaim and promote the indigenous music and dances of her childhood, which now faces extinction. As a child in Lanao, she was trained in the traditional dance, music and martial art forms of her people and of other Philippine indigenous groups.
Our show is coming up soon! We are doing rehearsals today from 5-6 at our usual location (47 Great Jones Street) if any of you want to drop by!
We are performing this Monday at the 14th Annual Love N Courage benefit! http://www.theaterforthenewcity.net/loveandcourage2017.html
@cmainnyc Filipino Cultural Festival photos are out on their Flickr. Go take a look 👀
Inquirer.net wrote an article about our participation in the #philippineday program at the Children's Museum of the Arts (CMA)!
Who's here to show support? ✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿 Follow us & view our story for glimpses into the event!
Join us next weekend as we participate in the Lotus Showcase to benefit the Standing Rock Water Protectors! Tickets link in our profile!