Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Spirit Light Dance Company Presents -- "Flash"

Spirit Light Dance Company Presents  -- "Flash"
April 28th 12:00 Noon SLT

Sponsored by
Rockcliffe University

Spring is here!  New life is blooming!  Perfume is in the air!  It's an exciting time! Have you ever wanted to stand up and celebrate? Maybe with friends? Spontaneously? In the park? In the shopping center?

The Spirit Light Dance Company (SLDC) has just what you need.  Starting Sunday, April 28, the SLDC will perform "Flash," its tribute to our urge to perform--wherever, whatever, with whomever!  The company will pay tribute to those impulsive moments in music and dance where the improvisational invades our otherwise ho-hum and predictable lives..

Of course, SLDC has worked hard in advance to showcase the 'improvisational'. The audience will be treated to ten dances that will bring to life the spur-of-the-moment urges to make the world a stage, settings that include everything from loading docks to railway stations to urban jungles.  But you won't tap your feet to just one style of dance. Think hip-hop, jazz, lyrical, Latin, South Asian, and even an homage to Michael Jackson.  The grand finale is typical of SLDC--grand!!  It begins with a rousing dance-off involving the whole company--a flourish of frolicking, and get-out-of-your-seat-and-run-to-the-stage excitement.  But it ends on a more muted and reflective note, summoning the words of Simon and Garfunkel.

The Spirit Light Dance Company is one of Second Life's premier dance organizations. Led by Artistic Director Caryl Meredith and a staff of volunteer choreographers, the audience can expect to see the best of dance as blended with state-of-the-art virtual-world technologies. 

The performances are April 28, May 5, and May 26. The venue is the Rockcliffe University Theater.  All performances are open to the public and begin at 12 noon, SLT.   

            Arrive by 11:30 to be sure to get a seat. This show is sure to fill up early. 
                             Please arrive with your scripts 50 or under...
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