Bawren Tavaziva’s new work is a bold and universal message about human fragility within our changing world.
IZINDAVA unearths raw emotions that are unsettling and unforgettable. A very personal piece about traumatic religious childhood fears, it also focuses on the redemptive power of dance, music and Rastafarianism. Tavaziva’s unique style that seamlessly synthesises ballet, contemporary and African dance is performed by a cast of stunning dancers.
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