Lemonade hit like a bomb, not just because of its unexpected release, but primarily because of Beyoncé’s powerful accounts of her own experiences as a black woman. Raw, personal and pioneering. Go see it on the silver screen!
The Nutshuis has put together a special screening of Beyoncé’s legendary ‘visual music album’ Lemonade. Released in 2016, Lemonade is an album, a spoken word performance, a visual essay and a music video the length of a feature film wrapped in one. Using visual cues from African and African-American tradition, Lemonade visualizes experiences from Beyoncé’s personal life as well as her reality as a black woman in America. Let yourself be ushered through this unique viewing and listening experience by one of the greatest icons of our times.
Although Ellen Dorrestein (1990) studied to become a playwright and a scenarist, she truly is a cultural allrounder; you will always find her busy writing, creating or reviewing. Central to everything she does is a passion for storytelling. At We Are Public she is responsible for selecting the finest theatre and dance performances and the most invigorating art and literature.
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