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2017 Queensboro Dance Festival

2017 Queensboro Dance Festival

Company:

The Physical Plant

Location:

The Secret Theatre
44-02 23rd St
Long Island City, New York 11101

Dates:

Thursday, October 5, 2017 - 7:30pm daily through October 7, 2017
Sunday, October 8, 2017 - 5:00pm daily through October 7, 2017

Tickets:

www.queensborodancefestival.com

Company:
The Physical Plant

Come see a colorful array of performances by 25 cultural and contemporary dance companies all from Queens!   Performances include aerial, Colombian folk, house, Bollywood Bhangra, ballet, Chinese Lion dancing, modern, Japanese, Indian Kathak, belly dance, tap, and more.  Enjoy a different line-up of dances each night!

Tickets:  $15 online www.queensborodancefestival.com/tickets

$18 at the door

OCTOBER PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

~THURSDAY OCT 5, 7:30pm~
Marcela Duarte
Barbara Mahler
Q&A Productions
Project 44
Jackie Nowicki
Micca
Sheep Meadow Dance Theater
SUNPROJECT
Masala Bhangra
Vissi Dance

~FRIDAY OCT 6, 7:30pm~
Prashant Shah
LVCID
The Rogue Dancers
Marcela Duarte
SUNPROJECT
Noora Dance Theater
Micca
Dugal Dance Projects
Project 44
NSquared Dance

~SATURDAY OCT 7, 7:30pm~
IchiFuji-Kai Dance
Cole Collective
Gotham Dance Theater
NY Hung Sing Kwoon
# Taplife
Brandon Welch
Vissi Dance
LVCID
Dugal Dance Projects
Barbara Mahler

~SUNDAY OCT 8, 5:00pm (note earlier showtime)~
CLaF Dance
Prashant Shah
Vissi Dance
Q&A Productions
The Rogue Dancers
Karla Florez
Cole Collective
Rastro
Gotham Dance Theater
Brandon Welch
# Taplife
IchiFuji-Kai Dance

*Schedule subject to change.

Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @queensborodancefestival

The Queensboro Dance Festival is made possible (in part) by the Queens Council on the Arts with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

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