Play Songs and Games is an audience participatory workshop exploring African American and Caribbean play songs and games. Led by Castle of our Skins Artistic Director and violist Ashleigh Gordon, this workshop is educational and appropriate for children, adults and everyone in between! The songs and games range from traditional call and response to hand clapping and ring circle songs designed to get your whole body moving.
This program is part of Living in Colors: Celebrating Black Life. During the month of February, we highlight the Black experience through our programs, activities, and performances. Our celebration of Black History Month reflects the African American experience as well as Caribbean/West Indian, and African cultures.