As part of events to celebrate 8th March Women’s Day, the RozViccyCathy (RVC) dance trio has organized a dance production dubbed I AM FEMALE.
This production will be showed come 5th March at Uganda National Theatre with entrance fee tagged at UGX 50,000 per head.
I AM FEMALE Dance Production will feature popular female celebrities such as Ann Kansiime, Sheila Gashumba, DeeDan, Mona Faces, Stellah Nantumbwe, Racheal Kiwanuka, Judith Heard, DJ Xyle , Sheeba Karungi, Winnie Nwagi, Manuel Muyondo, Malaika among others.
ABOUT I AM FEMALE DANCE PRODUCTION
The Dance production I AM FEMALE uses dance to sensitize the public about the issues women in our society face. It will serve as a celebration of those who have risen in the face of these obstacles, triumphant and inspiring to those around them. While the issues highlighted below are very serious, the production is a vehicle through which women can be empowered and society’s eye can be opened;
- Access to Education
- Inequality at the work place (payments and promotions)
- Domestic Violence
- Skills and knowledge empowerment.
- Sexual Harassment in the entertainment industry.
RVC also known as RozViccyCathy is a Ugandan dance trio comprised of Rozmerie Atim, Viccy Birungi Namuyomba and Cathy Mbabazi.
Rozmerie and Viccy met during the 2008 popular TV show on NTV – Hot Steps dance competition where the two merged as the top female dancers. This duo was later on joined by Cathy in 2014. The dance trio has since become popular in the entertainment industry collaborating with major artists such as Dbanj, Pato Ranking, Navio, Nyanda, Sheeba Karungi, Ann Kansiime, Maurice Kirya , Vanessa Mdee, Mr Vegas among others. The Trio has also featured Twice on the CNN Africa Voices together with their Tabuflo brothers.
Viccy Birungi, as the creative director, has produced and directed successful shows like Uganda Entertainment Awards, Club Music Video Awards, Irene Ntale’s Unchained Concert 2018, Sheebah Karungi’s Omwooyo Concert 2018 which she Co-directed with Cathy. The Trio has carried out workshops in Uganda, Europe and Canada teaching the traditional and contemporary dances of Africa and fusing them with urban dance. Their vision is to bring dance to a new level of creativity and talent while contributing to social change, and empowering fellow women.