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Bamboozled


  • San Diego Performing Arts Center 4579 Mission Gorge Place San Diego, CA, 92120 United States (map)

http://visionarydancetheatre.org/Visionary/2017-Bamboozled

Kidz Danz Kompany, San Diego’s premier children’s dance company, presents “Bamboozled” at the San Diego Performing Arts Center (4579 Mission Gorge Place, San Diego, CA, 92120) on September 22nd-23rd, 2017 @ 7pm. 

"Bamboozled" is a celebration of love and all it encompasses, from sorrow and acceptance to family and human friendship. Kidz Danz Kompany will present an evening of new works and a critically-acclaimed work from 2011.

Founding Artistic Director Spencer John Powell with the creative genius of the Kidz Danz Kompany dancers present multiple works. "Dear John" celebrates the artistry of Elton John. Through the medium of dance, "Taught" and "Psalms for the Children of Syria" visually present to you a new understanding of the world in which we now live.

Principle Visionary Dance Theatre dancer James LaRose presents “Shimmy Sham”, an upbeat tap number that will have you dancing in your seats. 

Finally, Internationally-acclaimed choreographer and Professor of Dance at University of South Florida Jeanne Travers presents her 2011 work “Tunisian Nights”. This fast-paced dance, set to the music of Dizzy Gillespie, has been performed around the world and will be performed for the first time by the teenagers of Kidz Danz Kompany.

Kidz Danz Kompany will be showing off their acting chops in a new work with original script written by celebrated San Diego author Sherri Rabinowitz. San Diego-based illustrator, graphic designer and visual artist Brenda York also collaborates with Kidz Danz Kompany to present her compelling compositions and striking work. Also in collaboration is artist Debbie Solan as well as artist Marjorie Pezzoli with her beautiful silks.

Don’t miss this multi-artist event, multi-discipline event. Join us as Kidz Danz Kompany entertains you and gives you thought-provoking and presentational dance theatre at their highest level yet.

Cost: $20-$25

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