To Erzulie of the Seductive Summoning Sea

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Poet Lenelle N. Moise’s surreal submergence into her mother’s passion for the sea, influenced by unseen forces and the Haitian Vodoun sea goddess Erzulie.

Song for the Sea

Here we follow poet Lenelle N. Moise’s surreal submergence into her mother’s passion for water, the sea, vodoun. Imagery, juxtapositions, fluidity, they haunt this reverie, influenced by unseen forces, diaspora and the Haitian sea goddess Erzulie. Ms. Moise’s powerful voice and performance draw the audience into her vivid recollections.

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Lenelle N. Moise: Poet & Performer
Hank Roberts: Cello
Mara Alper: Director – Editor – Animator
Rebecca Reagan Razzall: Co-Producer – Camera
Donna Lovas: Co-Producer – Lighting Asst.

Updated 12 January 2016

 

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