MIAMI, FL: Karen Peterson and Dancers to Perform "Lost and Found" at Pinecrest Gardens on April 11
Karen Peterson Dancers
Karen Peterson and Dancers to Perform
"Lost and Found"
At Pinecrest Gardens on April 11
Now in its 30th year, Karen Peterson and Dancers, Miami’s unique physically integrated dance company, known as "A Gem in the Miami Dance Community" and named the New Times "Best Miami Dance Company for 2019", will perform at the beautiful Pinecrest Gardens’ outdoor amphitheater on Sunday, April 11th, at 4:00PM EDT (GMT-4:00) The group, which includes professional dancers with and without disabilities, will address this past pandemic year in a series of duets that push the envelope on what dance can be and how we face a global crisis.
Inspired by people we lost and held close during the coronavirus, seven dance artists will perform "Lost and Found" to physically connect, sensitively partner, and inclusively message empathy and hope. Running Time: 50 min
Tickets are $20 general admission and can be purchased online at https://tinyurl.com/PinecrestKPD. $10 tickets for those 18 and under will be available at the door the day of show with a valid I.D. Social distancing, masking and other public health safety protocols will be followed. Seating is in groups of two and single ticket purchasers may be seated with another audience member. The performance takes place in the Banyan Bowl outdoor amphitheater at Pinecrest Gardens. Located at 11000 Southwest 57th Avenue, Pinecrest, FL 33156, it is wheelchair accessible, and has free onsite parking.
For more information or to request materials in accessible format, sign language interpreters, and/or any disability accommodation, please contact Karen Peterson at 305-298-5879 or firstname.lastname@example.org five days in advance to initiate your request. Karen Peterson and Dancers is on Facebook and Instagram at @KarenPetersonDancers, and on Twitter at @kpdance
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