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"Decade of Dance" Benefit Performance by JKing Dance Company

"Decade of Dance" Benefit Performance by JKing Dance Company

Company:

JKing Dance Company

Location:

Mark Morris Dance Center at The James & Martha Duffy Performance Space

Dates:

Saturday, October 26, 2019 - 6:30pm

Tickets:

https://www.joycekingdance.com/index.html

Company:
JKing Dance Company

Come CELEBRATE JKing Dance Company's 10 year Anniversary of sharing dance nationally and internationally on October 26th!

Artistic Director, Joyce King/JKDC is excited to bring you 'Decade of Dance' - Benefit Performance on Halloween Weekend at The James & Martha Duffy Performance Space -Mark Morris Dance Center in Brooklyn, NY. (Atlantic/Barclay stop)

JKDC's 'Decade of Dance' offers you:
Pre-reception at 6:30, with Theater doors opening at 7:00, our Performance segment at 7:30 with JKDC company members Danelle Herran, Misaki Hayama, Kelly Hogan, Maggie Fischer, Rachel Johnson, Marina Vianello, Jackie McCreavy. Guest appearances by past JKDC members Danielle Mondi and Meri Bobber. Additional guests as part of JKDC's mission of providing young emerging dancers opportunities are Kinections Dancegroup and Bedford Dance Repertory Ensemble. A reception, silent auction, music and your chance to dance, mingle, with JKDC artists completes our benefit celebration.

Dress Attire: Casual with a hint of Halloween!! (no glitter please)

Pre-reception: 6:30
Theater doors open: 7:00
Performance: 7:30
After party/silent auction: 8:30

Tickets:
Early Bird exclusive rate till October 6 - 11:59 p.m. - $35
General Admission starts October 7th - $45
Students/ Seniors (ID presented at the door) $25

https://m.bpt.me/event/4324338

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