Emily Bunning and Gina Young: Friday and Saturday, March 12 and 13 at 8pm
Emily Bunning with her company Treehouse Shakers presents Under Covers, a carousel of movement with five dancers that are corralled, manipulated and tangled in the material of a "larger than life" circle skirt. Their movement resembles prancing plastic horses, plays with ritual celebration of women's roles and boldly redefines the skirt's properties.
Paprika Performance and Dance Party: Sunday, March 14 at 7-10pm
(Cash bar and snacks are available)
Paprika makes you want to dance. Paprika enchants your soul, uplift your psyche and quicken your pulse. Paprika performs music in nine languages and many different styles ranging from Cuban son to Brazilian samba and baiao to African and Arabic rock and roll.
Alexis Caputo, Victoria Libertore and Shock of Grey Theater: Friday and Saturday, March 19 and 20 at 8pm
Alexis Caputo performs Because I live in America, an excerpt
performance piece from Deconstruction & Deliverance created by Caputo and
directed by Nancy Smithner. The piece reflects on race, racism and race
relations blending text, spoken word, movement and media images.
Ways of Looking: March 1-April 4
A show of female documentary photographers
Making More Work: Saturday and Sunday, March 20 and 21 from 1:30-5:30pm
A Workshop Conducted by Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver
Workshop Tuition $110 (registration for full 2 days required)
Yoga and Women's Health Day with Jessica Swainbank:
Saturday March 6 from 2:00-6:00 pm
Workshop Tuition: $50
This informative workshop for women begins with yoga postures that benefit
the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of women. A discussion will
follow focusing on the elements of total nutrition, encompassing what every
women needs to know to learn how to bring balance and harmony inside and
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