Richmond Dance Festival
Jane Franklin Dance performs Incidence at this regional festival. In Incidence, dancers manipulate and are both restricted and elevated by a life-size kinetic sculpture.
Friday and Saturday, May 6 and May 7 at 8 pm
Dogtown Dance Theatre, 109 W. 15th Street
A mixed repertory performance by Forty+ features new works by Andie Ligon de Vaulx and Emily Crews. “Just Wear a Scarf” is suitable for the well-dressed woman. “Too Many Cooks” brings up the drama of dinner-making success. Forty+performers are a diverse group of women, with careers spanning the government, public and private sectors, some who have retired, a varying range of physical facility, but all with a great dedication to the performing arts. Enjoy expressive creativity through these performances by older dancers and participate in brief directed sequences of movement fun.
Friday May 13 at 11:30 am
Aurora Hills Senior Center, Arlington VA
Wash Over You
You’ll be on a raft, on dry land, and on the wrong side of the fence. The only thing to do is pack your bag, stuff your friend into a trunk, and let this new work wash over you.
Lang-Atlas Performing Arts Center
July 8 – 7:15; July 9 – 5:00; July 10 – 8:45
July 13 – 8:30; July 16 – 5:45: July 17 – 8:45
This production is presented as a part of the 2016 Capital Fringe Festival, a program of the Washington, DC nonprofit Capital Fringe.