UNION, NJ: Buggé Ballet presents the 2nd Liberty Hall Dance Festival Work In Progress
Announcing the second Liberty Hall Dance Festival, New Jersey's historically inspired dance festival!
Buggé Ballet and Liberty Hall Museum at Kean University join forces for the second Liberty Hall Dance Festival! Spend an afternoon walking along the beautiful museum grounds enjoying site-specific professional dance performances inspired by moments in history. Take a 1st floor tour of the Victorian-style mansion and participate in informal movement lessons as well!
Program Time: 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Program Fee: $20.00 per adult, $15.00 per senior, $12.00 per child
Rain Date: Sunday, September 30
Reservations suggested: make your reservation here!
Participating dance companies and choreographers include:
- Angel Kaba
- Armada Dance Company
- Bryce Dance Company
- Buggé Ballet
- Carolyn Dorfman Dance
- Cranford High School/Emily Donahue
- Dance Visions NY
- General Mischief Dance Theatre
- Heather Harrington/Academy for Performing Arts
- The Kennedy Dancers Repertory Company
- Luminarium Dance Company
- MoustacheCat Dance
- The Moving Architects
- Schoen Movement Company
- Yamini Kalluri
This arts program is made possible in part by a HEART (History, Education, Arts Reaching Thousands) Grant from the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders. Liberty Hall Dance Festival is also supported, in part, by Dance Community Grant sponsored by Curtain Call.
Thank you to our local business sponsors: Spire Group CPA & Tropicana Diner
"To say performing at Liberty Hall Dance Festival was a pleasure does not capture the wonders that the performers and visitors experienced during this amazing day of art and history. There was a sense of community and of art awareness and education, all done with the mutual core love of dance. I cannot wait to see where the dance festival goes from here."
— 2017 performer Jai Mason
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