“Lamanite Generation Performs in Spain,” Ensign, Nov. 1992, 110–11
Brigham Young University’s Lamanite Generation recently traveled to Spain. Their appearances there, supported in large part by the United States Information Agency, offered a twist on the 500th anniversary of Columbus’s arrival in the Americas. While the famous navigator traveled from Spain to a New World and encountered Indians, the Lamanite Generation traveled from the New World to discover the land of Columbus.
The show, “Living Legends,” wove indigenous Indian dances into a forty-minute concert of dance and song. The group was also filmed for a thirty-minute show to be broadcast throughout Europe.
The troupe is composed of thirty dancers and singers, all Native Americans, Latin Americans, or Polynesians.