Arco Iris – Critical Mass Dance Company Creates Blacklight Dance Theater

https-cdn.evbuc.comimages2713598645046453241originalCritical Mass Dance Company will present their newest work of blacklight dance theater at Antioch University on Feb. 24, 2017.
Arco Iris: The Rainbow Bridge is a story about building bridges and celebrating our diversity. Using CMDC’s signature blacklight dance theater with glow-in-the-dark wings, ribbons, costumes and more,

This family-friendly show is appropriate for all ages.

The show starts with Ochumare, the spirit of the Rainbow Bridge that connects Earth to the Spirit World. She helps several women cross the bridge so that they can visit their grandmothers. When a force beyond their control blocks passage to the Rainbow Bridge, the families are suddenly separated. The women must find a way to re-open this doorway between worlds before it’s too late.

Critical Mass Dance Company fosters community health, diverse women’s leadership and positive social change through its works of blacklight dance theater and healing movement programs. For more information, go to: www.criticalmassdancecompany.org.

There is limited seating. Please reserve your seats today! Doors will open at 6:30pm, show is at 7pm. There is no intermission. The show is about 1 hour long. A post-show discussion will follow. Metered parking is available on Hannum St and Uplander streets. Park and walk up the stairs on Uplander St to enter the campus. Or park in the Antioch University parking garage for $7 (get validation ticket at the show).

The show is located in A-1000 on the first floor of the Antioch University building.

Thanks to Antioch University’s Masters in Nonprofit Management program for co-sponsoring this event. CMDC’s director, E. Sophia Kozak, attended the Masters in Nonprofit Management program in 2014-2015. Through MANM, she gained the skills to build CMDC as a nonprofit arts organization in Los Angeles. For more information of the MANM program at Antioch: www.antiochla.edu/academics/ma-in-nonprofit-management/.

This program is made possible in part by a Culver City Performing Arts Grant with support from Sony Pictures Entertainment.

www.culvercitysymphony.org

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