Where Dance and Community Meet!

Dancers have the opportunity to create, share, and perform each month, courtesy of Dance Theatre Collective of Southern California and Temecula Presents, at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater.  It is where dancers of all styles and types converge and emerge in a supportive environment called danceXchange.

This month, the guest artist is the well-known LA Contemporary Dance.  The L.A. Contemporary Dance Company (LACDC) is a repertory dance company based in downtown Los Angeles that performs a diverse repertoire of modern, ballet, and jazz influenced works representative of L.A.’s vibrant culture. LACDC is the stomping ground for the next generation of dance artists and collaborators to craft the future of dance in L.A. and beyond. Dance Spirit magazine has called LACDC one of the “25 Things We Love About Los Angeles,” and describes the company as a “Vibrant, youthful repertory company under the creative leadership of rising star Kate Hutter.”  For more information about the company, classes and future performances, please visit www.ladanceco.org.

Local artists join the exchange each month, sharing and developing unique voices in the dance community.  This month we welcome the following artists in our danceXchangeKym de los Reyes, Gina Marie, Elle Ustoy, Val Carnahan, and Just Dance!, among others.  We will also take a look at dance on film and how dancers and filmmakers are creating memorable work that resonates beyond the body and through the screen.

At just $5.00, danceXchange is the best value in town!  More importantly, it dances the community together!  Join us November 20th at 7:00PM onstage at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater.

Artists wishing to present at this danceXchange, or at future events, should contact Lori Craig Torok  at dancexchange.temecula@gmail.com.

 

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