Daniel Price goes to Broadway to co-direct in Katori Hallʼs theater production “Hurt Village”

The cast of the Off-Broadway show HURT VILLAGE has been working on “jookin” dancing: a form of dancing which originated in Memphis, where the show takes place. In the following video, the cast shows off their moves in an upbeat, energy-filled rehearsal.

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