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Alchemy

AARON SPENCER
8 pm Friday-Sunday, Sept. 6-8., Friday September 06 | $15-$20.
 
A rather experimental show that is supposed to appeal to people not usually interested in dance, Alchemy breaks a number of dance show norms. It’s preceded by a pre-show as the audience enters. It breaks the fourth wall. The audience sits in the round, rather than facing the performers straight-on. Produced by Northwest Dance Project’s Lindsey Matheis, it includes pieces from her and five other young Portland choreographers, including Patrick Kilbane, Rachel Slater, Jocelyn Edelstein, Jeff George and Christopher Peddecord.

Where: Northwest Dance Project Studio & Performance Center
Phone: 421-7434
Address: 833 N Shaver St.
Website: http://www.nwdanceproject.org/alchemy

 
 
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