BE seen as YOU are
Project Moves Dance Company is proud to announce its first production of the season, Be Seen as You Are, on April 8, 2017, 7:30 P.M. at King Philip Regional High School in Wrentham, MA.
Project Moves celebrates the human spirit and integrity through a diverse collective repertoire of dynamic and riveting performances sending messages of hope and optimism. The production, among other things, aims to encourage youth to believe in themselves and celebrate their individuality.
Through the creative vehicle of dance, the artists highlight contemporary social issues and bring focus to human rights. Among the companys performances will be, Rise Up, an impassioned piece that encourages women and girls to rise up with confidence and ambition and to have the capacity to see the strength in who they are. Borders focuses on the stereotypes surrounding immigration and accentuates our common humanity and respect for all lives.
Performances are created under the artistic direction of Rennie Gold and acclaimed and award-winning choreographers that include Jen Conidi, Tyce Diorio, Kellie Grant, Billy Griffin, Katie Kozul, and Larry Sousa.
Affiliated with The Gold School, Project Moves is a non-profit organization committed to sharing a powerful message of human respect and acceptance and is dedicated to generating positive social change through artistic dance excellence performed by the companys youth artists. Project Moves holds as its core mission the advocacy for, and the empowerment of, our youth. The companys goal is to bring attention to the mistreatment of young people along with all other acts of injustice against humanity, and more importantly, offer solutions and healing messages through the performing arts.
Project Moves has been featured on ABCs Dancing with the Stars; Joyce Theatre, New York City; Cape Dance Festival; Calderwood Pavilion; Fire Island Dance Festival; DRAs Dance from the Heart, Connect for Respect, Sponsored Mentors in Violence Prevention, Ben Speaks, Anti-Bully Benefit; as well as middle and high schools throughout New England.
For more information on Project Moves, visit projectmoves.org.
The performance promises to uplift you, awaken your spirit and empower you to be Be Seen as You Are.
FREE tickets and wristbands at the door for all kids!
King Philip Regional High School (View)
201 Franklin St.
Wrentham, MA 02093
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|