In Compagnie Kafig’s San Diego debut last Wednesday, the first piece, “Correria,” demonstrated the all-male company’s energy and range, which goes way beyond hip-hop to include circus, Afro-Brazilian as well as contemporary dance, the Brazilian martial art form capoeira, and terrific theatricality. But it was with “Agwa” that Kafig created a rapturous, holy artistic experience.

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