First-of-its-kind dance telenovela, "Sophie & Charlie" premieres this month!
Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre
Great news! Tickets to our new premiere, Sophie & Charlie are on sale!
What is Sophie & Charlie you ask? Good question!
Sophie & Charlie is a first-of-its-kind dance telenovela that explores the shared life of two lovers. Over four weeks, we'll perform "episodes" of the story in different neighborhoods around LA, visiting historic locations, complete with live accompaniment by area-based musicians.
At the Funeral (with violinist Lili Haydn) - 9.26.15 7pm & 9pm
Unitarian Universalist Church, 12355 Moorpark St. Studio City
First Date (with harpist/beatboxer Phillip King) - 10.1.15, 7:30pm
Beyond Baroque, 681 Venice Blvd. Venice
Intensive Care (with William Roper and Judicanti Responsura) 10.11.15, 4pm & 6pm
Semi-Vacant Hospital, 3831 Stocker St. Crenshaw
Garden Bout (with Los Angeles Percussion Quartet) - 10.18.15, 3pm & 5pm
Kings Road Park, 1000 N Kings Rd. West Hollywood
1.) Visit the calendar and select the performance/time you'd like to attend
2.) Select the number of tickets you'd like to purchase under the respective rate. Click "Add to Cart."
3.) Make any necessary changes and click "checkout."
4.) Select "continue."
5.) Enter payment information and click "continue to pay."
Multi-performance packages are also available. Explore those options here.
We're excited to conclude our 30th season by breaking new dance ground. Sophie & Charlie provides amazing live performances, and opportunities to continue exploring Los Angeles County — the place we've called home for three decades! We hope you'll join us.
-Team Duckler (Heidi, Toogie, Kate, David, Lauren, Nia, Katheryn, Jody, Spencer and Rita)
"Sophie & Charlie" is made possible in part by grants from the City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs, and the City of West Hollywood through its Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission. This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.
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