In the Bambara language of Mali, “Jeh Kulu” means “community” and this is exactly what this group aims to build with audiences! Founded in 1993, Jeh Kulu brings together people of all ages and backgrounds to honor the joyous traditions of West Africa through music and dance—to raise cultural awareness, create a sense of community, and, at the same time, have fun! Jeh Kulu is comprised of 20+ talented artists who share traditional rhythms and dances from the countries of Guinea, Senegal, and Mali. Jeh Kulu features several well-known master artists from Guinea, West Africa, and many highly-trained American artists, with extensive experience in the art form.
FlynnZone Kids Hour is a new free monthly performance series designed for kids ages 3-5. Each month, the Flynn invites a different local artist or group to the theater to play a variety of fun and interactive shows in a safe and welcoming environment. Shows are held on the second Saturday of each month at 10 am.