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PHILADELPHIA: Coaction Dance Collective presents "Whole: Without Any Parts Missing"

PHILADELPHIA: Coaction Dance Collective presents "Whole: Without Any Parts Missing"

Company:

Coaction Dance Collective

Location:

MAAS Building
1325 N Randolph Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122

Dates:

Saturday, February 27, 2016 - 8:00pm
Sunday, February 28, 2016 - 3:00pm

Tickets:

https://www.facebook.com/events/163429037357453/

Company:
Coaction Dance Collective

You’re Invited to a night of celebration, filled with 
Dance, Music, Poetry, and Community!


On Saturday February 27th and Sunday the 28th, Coaction Dance Collective will premiere their second production: Whole: Without Any Parts Missing 
This production will feature three short works by CDC choreographers Gracie Coscia, Emma MacDonald and Julee Mahon. The choreographers will also premiere their first collaborative piece, in honor of their mission to work both independently and as a group.

Solo works by Emma MacDonald and Gracianna Coscia. Choreographer Julee Mahon directs a powerful cast of dancers: Allie Linn, Molly Woytowicz, Joanna Martin, and Katie Horton, whom are alumni of Temple University and Drexel University and are local Philadelphia artists. Whole: Without Any Parts Missing is a celebration of local art in Philly, featuring local performers, local vendors before and after both performances, and a party to follow!

When: Saturday February 27th at 8pm/Reception to follow,
and Sunday February 28th at 2pm/Reception to follow

Tickets: $5 OFF with advanced reservation!
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1gjrhLQlHmCEmBJbGuyFRHU2IW8gm1Y-HKcGDUU1X-I4/viewform

$10 Students/Seniors
$20 General
Free for Children 5-years-old and younger

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