Motsomi: The Agoji warrior in The Woman King

Lone Motsomi starrring in Pula by Ilovebotswana ensemble, in Broadway, New York 2018 PIC: THALEFANG CHARLES
Lone Motsomi starrring in Pula by Ilovebotswana ensemble, in Broadway, New York 2018 PIC: THALEFANG CHARLES

Lone Motsomi, the dance virtuoso that was a lead character in the ILoveBotswana ensemble that performed a highly rated theatre production titled Pula on Broadway, New York City, has now relocated to the ‘Big Apple’ after her biggest gig as one of the Agoji warriors in the highly anticipated Viola Davis film titled, The Woman King, reports THALEFANG CHARLES

Most humans when they have a problem, dancing is the last thing they can think of. But for Motsomi, she says, “when I was sad, or have a problem, I would literally go into my room, and I would dance my life out”.

Motsomi (28) is that dance virtuoso that few years ago was the lead character in the ILoveBotswana ensemble that performed a highly rated theatre production titled Pula on Broadway, New York City. She has now relocated to the ‘Big Apple’ after her biggest gig as one of the Agoji warriors in the highly anticipated Viola Davis film titled The Woman King.

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