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"Takku Ligey" is a phrase in Wolof, one of the languages spoken in Senegal, whose origin lies in the gesture made by farmers before starting work, when they tighten the belt to their waist, so that clothes cling to their bodies, and movements are agile, meaning "working together". Amongst performances staged by theater company Takku LigeyThéâtre are Leebu Nawet ak Noor, The Play of Richness and Poverty, adapted from Aristophanes' play Pluto, and Sundiata, based on the myth of Sundiata Keita,doaj:5078748ec8a84ed1aec17bc4aa26c9b2 fatcat:uvcb2nqgrffcrog6nwxtrjhfv4