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Let’s get excited!

October 15, 2008

I have been busting my ass. And it shows. My dancing is better than it has EVER been. Of course, this also means that I’m busy all the time and haven’t been resting enough, but I think it’s all worth it.

And look! We look like professionals! OH WAIT WE ARE.

Necessary Important Info:

ODC THEATER AND ANDANZA SPANISH ARTS PRESENT:
AIRE Y GRACIA – A Celebration of Classical and Popular Music and Dance from Spain and Latin America
MATINEE PERFORMANCE BENEFIT FOR ODC’S “SPONSOR A TEEN” PROGRAM SAT. NOV. 1, 2008 3pm
EVENING PERFORMANCE FOLLOWED BY FULL RECEPTION SAT. NOV. 1, 2008 8pm

ODC THEATRE IN RESIDENCE AT PROJECT ARTAUD THEATER — 450 Florida Street (between 17th and Mariposa) San Francisco 94110
Box Office: 415-863-9834 2-5pm Wed.-Sat.
Ticket Price: Matinee $15/20 Evening Performance w/Reception $20/25

In conjunction with the International Hispanic Festivities and Day of the Dead Andanza Spanish Arts presents yet another excitingly original Premiere of Spanish and Latin American Dance and Music featuring internationally acclaimed choreographer Danica Sena, world-reknown Tenor Claudio Santomé with Special guest artists Rosa de Huelva from Sevilla (singer), Alfredo Caceres (guitar/percussion), Antonio Lopes (guitar) Grupo Folclorico Atlatonin with Norberto Martinez and Allison Lovejoy (piano) along with a cast of 10 dancers. Proceeds from the matinee performance will be donated to ODC’s “Sponsor a Teen” Youth program.

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/46064

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One comment

  1. I am so excited to see you in this!!



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