“We try and explore a different kind of art,” said Kassidy Hansen, a member of Inside Inspirata. “We incorporate different styles or music, we’re always trying to change what we do.”
The program will feature recordings from local refugees telling their stories while the dancers perform. Before they started choreographing, the dancers listened to the interviews to connect with their subjects, said Haley Hleovas, a dancer with Inspirata.
Jones collaborated with Patrick Farnsworth, host of Last Born In The Wilderness, for the interviews. They spoke with Samra Culum, Milica Popovicand Liyah Babayan on their experiences grappling with trauma and leaving their homes.
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