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All performances held at Dance Mission Theater unless otherwise noted.
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July 2, 2017
Dance Brigade's Dance Mission presents Summer Feast Dos Rios
Sunday, July 2, 2017
Gates at 3:30pm
Show begins at 5pm
10501 Dos Rios Road, Dos Rios
$20-$30 sliding scale in advance
$30 at the gate
$10 youth 12 years and younger
$5 Tribal Members
No one turned away for lack of funds
Tickets available in advance:
Online: or by calling 1-800-838-3006
In Person: Mazahar Boutique (38 S Main St, Willits, CA 95490)
Enjoy a magical afternoon of site-specific, outdoor performances to the backdrop of the enchanting Mendocino hillside. Cuban food and drink available for purchase before the show! Walking happens.
Featuring work by:
Krissy Keefer, La Mezcla, Nina Wise, Sarah Bush Dance Project, Ramon Ramos Alayo, Nina Wise, and Laytonville workshop dancers.
This project is made possible in part by support from the California Arts Council.
Don't miss the opportunity to study with Dance Brigade!
Master classes will be held June 24 & 25 starting at 4pm at Long Valley Dance in Laytonville, CA.
Class offerings include: Taiko, Salsa, Hip Hop, Modern and more. All levels welcome. $5/class.
See below for class schedule.
Saturday, June 24:
4pm: Salsa Suelta + Reggaeton / 5pm: Taiko / 6pm: Improv
Sunday, June 25:
4pm: Modern / 5pm: Hip Hop
Long Valley Dance, 200 Brascomb Road, Laytonville,CA 95454
Additional workshops will be held June 27 & 29 in Dos Rios, CA for those interested in performing in Summer Feast on July 2nd.
For more information and to RSVP:
415-826-4441 / email@example.com
August 4-6, 2017
LV Dance Collective presents Liquid State
August 4-6, 2017: Fri-Sat 7:30pm; Sun 2pm
$25 at the door, $22 in advance at:
or by calling 1-800-838-3006
LV Dance Collective presents Liquid State, premiering August 4th-6th, 2017, as part of LVDCs fourth Home Season Concert, which will be shared with an all male dance company from New York City, Project 44.
LVDC presents Liquid State an abstract dance depicting the water crisis throughout the world inspired by the hardships that many face due to the global corporations that continue to make record profits selling bottled water.
Sales of the leading bottled still water brands in the United States in 2016 (in million U.S. dollars): Private Label ($2,310.88), Dasani ($1,072.97) and Aquafina ($1,044.64). - Statista
For nearly two weeks, the Syrian capital and its vicinity have been afflicted by a water crisis that has left taps dry, caused long lines at wells and forced people to stretch whatever thin resources they can find. - New York Times
These alarming sentiments have inspired LVDCs newest work, Liquid State; it will depict the juxtaposition of these global issues. LVDC will be sharing the evening with New York based dance company Project 44. Established in 2010, PROJECT 44 (Queens, NY) is an all male dance group that serves as the artistic platform for choreographer Gierre Godley. The company strives to erase all preconceived notions about masculinity and the role of a male performer in the arts.
August 11-13, 2017
Antoine Hunter's Urban Jazz Dance Company presents 5th Bay Area International Deaf Dance Festival: Deaf United Louder
August 11-13, 2017: Friday-Saturday 8pm, Sunday 4pm
(Sunday is a family-friendly matinee and shorter in length)
$30 at the door, $25 in advance at:
or by calling 1-800-838-3006
$12 Youth (under 16) / Group Discount (Please Call) (415) 863-9824
The Bay Area International Deaf Dance Festival (BAIDDF) is an annual event produced by Urban Jazz Dance company that consists of performances and workshops that highlight the important contributions that Deaf and Hard of Hearing (HoH) artists make to our community.
This year features Deaf artists from Germany, Russia, Australia, Brazil, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Nigeria Africa, New York, Missouri, Texas and Washington DC and will feature many different Sign Languages including Mexican Sign Language (LSM), British Sign Language (BSL) and Hong Kong Sign Language.
Featured artists include Antoine Hunter, Rosa Lee Timm, Kassandra Wedel (Winner of So You Think you can Dance Germany), Jacob Kujo Lyons, Ian Sanborn, Chris Fonseca, Isidore Niyongabo, Zahna Simon and more!
In addition to performances, the festival will feature workshops in Jazz , Hip-Hop, Ballet, ASL DANCE, and more different types of dance classes taught by international and local Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Hearing artists who sign fluently. These workshops will be taught for both Youth and Adult participants in various locations including Richmond, Santa Cruz, Oakland, San Francisco, South Bay and other parts of the Bay Area. For workshop please visit www.RealUrbanJazzDance.com.