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AZDance VISITING GCU Phx

May 2, 2015 @ 1:00 pm - 8:00 pm MST

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VISITING will be performed at two different theaters. May 2 GCU 1pm and 6pm; PVCC CPA 1pm
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VISITING is a collaboration of new & familiar works with choreographers Nicole Person-Rennell, Katie Rennell, Deserae McCall, Ray Vogel, Stacy Shane, Aidan Schubert, Raini Leveen & Amber Koklys and Kenda Newbury. www.azdance.org

VISITING is a collaboration of new & familiar works with choreographers Nicole Person-Rennell, Katie Rennell, Deserae McCall, Ray Vogel, Stacy Shane, Aidan Schubert, Raini Leveen & Amber Koklys and Kenda Newbury. www.azdance.org

Capture AZDance Group in VISITING … May 2nd, 1pm & 6pm @ GCU Ethington Theater AND May 3rd, 1pm @ PVCC CPA. www.azdance.org

Capture AZDance Group in VISITING … May 2nd, 1pm & 6pm @ GCU Ethington Theater AND May 3rd, 1pm @ PVCC CPA. www.azdance.org

AZDance Group, under the artistic direction and founder Kenda Newbury, presents their spring collection concert VISITING.

VISITING – Season-finale concert featuring the professional dance roster of AZDance Group, guest artists and AZDance’s outreach programs including Movement E-Motion (MEM). Movement E-Motion is a dance program which provides ballet, jazz and modern dance training and performing experiences to those with Down Syndrome, Autism and physical challenges.

AZDance Group is a professional dance company which integrates their outreach programs (at-risk/underprivileged teens, young adults with Down Syndrome/Autism, and their children and apprentice company members) with professional dancers from around the globe. The company presents educational, inspirational and thought-provoking works. This season-finale concert is no different.

VISITING is a collaboration of new & familiar works with choreographers Nicole Person-Rennell, Katie Rennell, Deserae McCall, Ray Vogel, Stacy Shane, Aidan Schubert, Raini Leveen & Amber Koklys and Kenda Newbury. The company brings a positive message of support and caring in their remaking of excerpts from  Moving Through Domestic Violence (premiered 2009, financially supported in part by the City of Phoenix Office of Arts & Culture, The Hansen Trust and generous anonymous supporters), excerpts from Water (premiered 2014) as well as new works to the Arizona theaters.

As per their mission statement of sharing their art within a variety of communities, AZDance will be presenting VISITING at two different valley theaters.

Saturday, May 1, 2015 at 1pm and 6pm, FREE admission (general admission seating~$20 donation appreciated) at Grand Canyon University Ethington Theatre (3300 W. Camelback Road, Phoenix, 85017) – LIMITED SEATING. Please call (480) 215-1916 if you have a group larger than 10 attending to make certain we can accommodate you. Remember Donations greatly appreciated. Doors open 1/2 hour** prior to curtain. Thanks to Grand Canyon University and the Dance Department!

Sunday, May 2, 2015 at 1pm, $20 adults, $12 seniors/students and 10 and under free* at Paradise Valley Community College Center for Performing Arts (18401 N. 32nd Street, Phoenix; *service & other fees will be applied).  Tickets: Call PVCC’s Box Office 602-787-7738. Doors open 1/2 hour** prior to curtain. If you have a non-profit that would like to attend, please contact the director.

Company Information – details and information on the company, how to volunteer, to donate or sponsor the company visit www.azdance.org. Call the director at 480-215-1916.

** doors will open approximately 1/2 hour prior to curtain – NO early seating, NO photography, NO recording of any kind due to copyright laws and to protect our young performers

A non-profit 501c(3) for 10 years now, AZDance Group and their outreach programs (they currently financially support six of them – children and apprentice companies, community performers, those with different abilities, at-risk/underprivileged teens and guest artists) – relies on donations, sponsors and ticket sales. However we want our seats filled with appreciative audience members, so if your non-profit organization would like to attend, please contact the director 480-215-1916 for further details on how you can get your group to see this professional production. Tickets range from $20 to free*, general admission seating. Donations always welcome!

Information at www.azdance.org.

 

Photos highlighted Copyright 2014-15 AZDance / KLN. All Rights Reserved. By photographers Sam McConkey of Firebush Media, Patty Kaufman of ItsUPhoto, Linda Broadley.

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Date:
May 2, 2015
Time:
1:00 pm - 8:00 pm
MST
Cost:
Asking for DONATIONS
Event Category:
azdance.org

Organizer

AZDance Group
Phone:
480-215-1916
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Venue

Ethington Theatre at Grand Canyon University
3300 w camelback road
phoenix, AZ 85017 United States
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Phone:
6026398880

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