[PhiladelphiaDANCE.org Listserv] Ushers wanted for Tangle's aerial dance 4/7-8: Points of Light

Lauren Rile Smith lauren.rile.smith at gmail.com
Fri Mar 31 14:27:06 EDT 2017


"Points of Light" is Tangle's newest aerial dance theater-- at Neighborhood
House 4/7-8!

We are seeking ushers to help with the box office and see the show for
free, for the 3pm and 8pm performances on Saturday 4/8. Please contact
info at tangle-arts.com if interested.

Weaving stories of hope, hard-won balance, and unexpected connection with
live performances on trapeze and aerial silks, POINTS OF LIGHT is a fresh
compilation of aerial dance stories. Tangle Movement Arts’s nine acrobats
use trapeze and aerial silks to offer tales of women traveling blindfolded,
surviving under the weight of the earth, and climbing to new heights.
POINTS OF LIGHT offers intimate portrayals of shared support and individual
persistence, bridging movement, music, and spoken word. At Old City’s
Neighborhood House on April 7-8, 2017.

Broad Street Review says, "If this season has you searching for work
devised by and celebrating women (or if you just want some first-class,
original acrobatic tales), the latest premiere from Tangle Movement Arts
has your ticket."

BRING A FRIEND for 50% OFF: get $10 tickets when you buy 3 or more at
http://www.tangle-arts.com/tickets

Tangle Movement Arts presents
Points of Light
new aerial dance stories to support and sustain
https://www.facebook.com/events/1197190350389504/
<https://www.facebook.com/events/767939210011588/>

Friday, April 7, 8-9:30pm
Saturday, April 8, 3-4:30pm
Saturday, April 8, 8-9:30pm

General Admission: $20
Student/Artist/Senior: $15
Bring a Friend and Save: $10 for 3+ tickets

Points of Light premieres at Christ Church Neighborhood House (20 N.
American Street, near 2nd and Market Sts in Old City). Tangle Movement
Arts is a circus arts company with a contemporary twist, whose work merges
trapeze and acrobatics with dance, theater, and spoken word to tell
multidimensional stories. Gregory King at the Philadelphia Dance Journal
calls Tangle's work a "stunning aerial display of strength, creativity and
imagination."



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