Tuesday, February 13, 2024
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Price: $10 - $15
Shea Center for Performing Arts
300 Pompton Rd
Wayne, NJ 07470
William Paterson University
Founded in 1994 by C. Brian Williams, Step Afrika! is the first professional company dedicated to the tradition of stepping.
Under Mr. Williams' leadership, stepping has evolved into one of America's cultural exports, touring more than 50 countries across the globe.
By blending percussive dance styles practiced by historically Black fraternities and sororities, traditional West and Southern African dances, and an array of contemporary dance and art forms, you will witness a cohesive, compelling artistic experience.
Performances are much more than dance shows.
They integrate songs, storytelling, humor, and audience participation.
Step Afrika! promotes stepping as an educational tool for young people, focusing on teamwork, academic achievement, and cross-cultural understanding.
All programs, artists, dates, policies, prices and times are subject to change.
Advance ticket purchase is strongly recommended.
No Refunds or Exchanges. All Sales Are Final.
Advance ticket purchase is strongly recommended. There is an additional $5 charge PER TICKET if purchased at the box office on the evening of the show.
William Paterson University is committed to reducing the risk of exposure to COVID-19. To minimize exposure all visitors are required to adhere to state and local laws and University health policies to ensure the safety of our community.
This performance is being sold to full capacity. Please take your personal comfort level into consideration prior to purchasing tickets.
Late Seating is at the discretion of the management. Late Seating is not available for all events.
Valid government photo ID required for all transactions.
NJ Proudly Celebrates
Black History Month
Black History Month is an annual observance in February that celebrates the achievements and contributions of African Americans to American history, culture, and society. Established in 1926 by historian Carter G. Woodson; Black History Month reflects on the struggles, highlights the triumphs, and provides inspiration to future generations.