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HARTFORD, CT: In The Box: A Socially Distant Immersive Dance Experience

HARTFORD, CT: In The Box: A Socially Distant Immersive Dance Experience

Company:

The Hartford Dance Collective Inc.

Location:

Parkville Market

Dates:

Wednesday, August 26, 2020 - 6:00pm

Tickets:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/in-the-box-a-socially-distant-immersive-dance-experience-tickets-116871571015?fbclid=IwAR04CVPsbg1I_ztQx7GRSqSrHbd0n1JGHWkeO_lE23w7uvXf6I_OBACxmmA

Company:
The Hartford Dance Collective Inc.

The Hartford Dance Collective is thrilled to present “In The Box”, an Immersive Dance Experience at Hartford’s newest spot, The Parkville Market. Take a tour through the second level of the Market, where you will be able to look inside the variety of worlds that the dancers create and embody amidst each box. Set to the sound of feel-good rock hits from the 1980s, dancers will surround their adorned spaces and captivate the crowd with their movement. Audience members will choose a set time slot in order to participate in this exciting, promenade style theatrical performance. With the direction of a tour guide, audience members will move in small groups around the venue; watching each dancer perform in their box. Masks and 12 feet of distancing from the performers will be required. Your ticket comes with 1 free drink!

The cast consists of fifteen professional female dancers from the Hartford area; a diverse group of members and collaborators of The Hartford Dance Collective: Katie Bittner, Jillian Foley, Savana Jones, Kailah King, Jane Krantz, Cassie Laskowski, Roxie Lebenzon, Celina Lopez, Raechel Manga, Jasmine McPherson, Alexis Robbins, Katie Schenker, Jasmine Stack, Cami Whitney, and Taylor Zappone.
 

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