[Dear friends: Choreocopia is now sold out for the final performance this Sunday, May 14. We would love to do a repeat performance, but have not been able to set a date yet. If you would like to be on the mailing list for the next performance of Choreocopia - or would like to be on the wait list if any tickets free up for this Sunday's show - please send an email to email@example.com. Thank you for your support!]
A festival of food, song, and dance
418 Project, Santa Cruz, Sundays May 7 and May 14, 2017, 5:30 PM
Choreocopia, a festive dinner show brimming with food, dance, and song, will be presented two Sunday evenings, May 7 and 14, at 5:30 PM at the 418 Project in Santa Cruz. The performance features dance choreographed by Karl Schaffer and performed by dancers of MoveSpeakSpin, songs performed by the womens vocal ensemble Zambra, and a full dinner prepared by India Joze master chef Jozseph Schulz, all blended together to create a feast for the senses!
Audience members will enjoy light, luscious internationally-inspired courses created by star Chef Jozseph paired in surprising ways with imaginative and humorous dance pieces. Zambra will draw from their global repertoire to provide accompanying songs on the seasonal themes of springtime, food, love and mothers (May 14 is Mothers Day). The evening will culminate with a competition among three dancers that is a take-off on the TV cooking show "Chopped."
Celebrate with your mother! Tickets for either Sunday show will feature a Mothers Day discount of $5 for your mom's ticket.
Because this is a custom dinner event, tickets must be purchased at least two days prior to the show. Dinner is included in ticket price.
Dancers: Jane Real, Saki, Lila Salhov, Laurel Shastri, with special guest Maria Basile of SjDANCEco.
Singers: Janet Herman, Kathy Hopkins, Julie Horner, Susan Krivin, Kathleen Loveless, Laura Reeve, Jennie Siegmund, Kathrn Veditz, Ann Louise Wagner, with John Hopkins playing Guitar.
More information: http://tinyurl.com/choreocopia-info
More background: http://www.movespeakspin.org
Photos: Steve DiBartolomeo
The 418 Project (View)
418 Front Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|