March 10 4:30 pm

This enduring classic is a tribute to the African-American traditional spirituals,this suite fervently explores the places of deepest grief and holiest joy in the soul.
A powerful soundtrack by Tasha Cobbs, Jekalyn Carr, Kirk Franklin, & more. Ronnique’s brings her personal experience of her spiritual journey from oppression and sorrow to freedom and triumph.
All Ages
Ronnique Antoinette , Choreographer, Dancer, Creative Director & Dance Educator is a native of Washington, D.C. She attended Virginia Commonwealth University, where she received her Bachelor’s Fine Arts in Dance & Choreography. She is a member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. Ronnique has had the opportunity to perform in works by Daniel Gwirtzman, Judith Steel, Scott Putman, Roger Lee Dance Company, LLC, Maverick Lemon Dance Project, Kyoko Ruch, Snoop Dogg, BREathe Dance Project & Step Afrika! In 2010, Ronnique was featured in a reconstruction of the seminal work ‘Shelter’ by Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, Founder of The Urban Bush Woman Dance Company which aired in a documentary on PBS station. She has choreographed as well as co-choreographed for various dance companies, dance productions, competitions, dance films, showcases, pageants, & arts education programs/workshops for local elementary/middle & high schools. Ronnique is Founder/Artistic Director of The Ramdance Movement dance collective. Her choreographed works has been premiered at The International Association of Blacks in Dance, Intersections Festival, Barnstorm Dance Festival (Houston, TX) & The Kennedy Center (Millennium stage). She is currently serving as a professional Creative director, Dance Educator, Dancer & Choreographer in DC/MD area.