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September 27, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

DINE ON DANCE: 15th Annual Lunchtime Performances

For 15 years, Karlovsky & Company Dance has been presenting dance outside in the St. Louis community for the FREE outdoor performances of site-specific dance.
DINE ON DANCE Lunchtime Performances features new work by local choreographers R. Vance Baldwin, Alice Bloch, Ashley Tate of Ashleylaine Dance Company, Dawn Karlovsky, Elise Marie Ringenberg, Grupo Atlantico, and MADCO 2 with live musical accompaniment by Rick Kramer and Tory Z Starbuck.

NOON!
Friday, September 21 – Strauss Park in Grand Center (Grand & Washington, 63103)
Thursday, September 27 – Old Post Office Plaza (9th & Locust St, 63101)

Since 2004, Dine on Dance has been bringing dance performance and live music to the St. Louis community with contemporary and original dance created for non-traditional performances spaces. These performances are FREE and Family Friendly! Brown bag or purchase a lunch from the local restaurants on location! Seating will be available,

www.karlovskydance.org
Directed by Dawn Karlovsky

Details

Date:
September 27, 2018
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Website:
www.karlovskydance.org

Venue

The Old Post Office Plaza
9th and Locust Streets
St. Louis, 63103
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Organizer

Karlovsky & Company Dance
Phone:
314-283-1851
Email:
karlovskyandcompanydance@gmail.com
Organizer Website:
www.karlovskydance.org

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