Gil Duldulao Tells Stories Through Janet Jackson's ‘State of the World' Tour Performances
9 days ago - By WWD
Janet Jackson's “State of the World” concert opens with images of the civil war in Syria, the names of unarmed black men killed by police officers and symbols of white supremacist groups. Simulated blood drips from the screens. These political and social messages told through current events are important aspects of the show, but as Jackson's creative director Gil Duldulao tells it, there's much more behind the narrative: It's the story of Janet Jackson's life.
The two-part “State of the World” tour traveled across the U.S. between September and December 2017, then from July to August of...
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