ritual dancing


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Audiences watched a traditional African naming ceremony brought to life in a play which saw the elder of a family hand a small doll to the young, as well as ritual dancing and singing.
Audiences will also be able to watch a traditional African naming ceremony brought to life in a play which sees the elder of a family hand a small doll to the young, as well as ritual dancing and singing.
Denver, Colorado, offering a variety of ritual dancing owing little to North American native tradition.
Following the two-hour dining period, a tantric ritual dancing performance will be presented by the lama monks with a ``Black Hat'' dance, a ``Lords of the Death'' dance and an ``Offering to the Protectors'' dance.
The emergence, development, and maintenance of human society has been significantly shaped by "keeping together in time," that is, by coordinating people's bodily movements in such activities as collective labor, social and ritual dancing, and military drill.