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The Big Meow
The Big Meow is the story of an ever-hopeful fluffball who desperately wants to belong to the band of neighborhood cats, but is ostracized for a “loud as a lion’s roar” meow.  The Big Meow is a story of hope, disappointment, courage and the need for belonging.  These simple themes are part of every neighborhood, but in this wonderful tale told through the experiences of  Little Cat, a potential weakness is a unique strength.
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January 14, 28 @ 3 pm – $13 adults/$9 children/$40 Family of 4
Tickets available at the door are $15 Adults, $10 Children

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Theatre on the Run
3700 S Four Mile Run Drive
Arlington VA 22206

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Forty+
Short works performed by Forty+ are grounded in movement, theatricality and in-the-moment connection to affirm women of experience, capacity and presence. Choreographers Andie deVaulx and Sandra Atkinson contribute new works and recent works by Emily Crews and Jane Franklin are performed.
COME TO THE SHOW – GO FOR A BEER and Join Forty+ cast at New District Brewing Company: “Special Pricing” for Forty+ ticket holders

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January 14, 28 @ 7:30 pm – $15
Tickets available at the door are $20

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Theatre on the Run
3700 S Four Mile Run Drive
Arlington VA 22206
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The Migration Project @ 8 pm
explores human flight through stories of relocation. Whether it is a family history dating back multiple generations, or a recent relocation, something is shared through the ‘pull’ to find better opportunity or the ‘push’ to leave because of no choice. The extraordinary increase in global migration over the past 500 years has left traces in our DNA.
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February 11, 2017
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Dogtown Dance Theatre
109 W. 15th Street
Richmond VA 23224

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Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival
Six days of performing and visual arts that celebrate the diversity, energy, and excellence of artists and audiences from DC and beyond.
The Big Meow – February 25 and March 4 @ 9:30 am
The Big Meow is the story of an ever-hopeful fluff ball who desperately wants to belong to the band of neighborhood cats, but is ostracized for a “loud as a lion’s roar” meow.  The Big Meow is a story of hope, disappointment, courage and the need for belonging.  These simple themes are part of every neighborhood, but in this wonderful tale told through the experiences of  Little Cat, a potential weakness is a unique strength.  Time to experience your “inner cat” through movement and rhythm, and participate with some very large felines.
Trek (The Migration Project) – February 25 @ 3 pm
Trek explores flight through stories of relocation. Whether it is a family history dating back multiple generations, or a recent relocation, something is shared through the ‘pull’ to find better opportunity or the ‘push’ to leave because of no choice.  Trek features stories of relocation alongside excerpts from Black Ice,  tracing the movement of animals, birds, climate and the changing environment.  The concert concludes with a participation activity – Let your story be heard.
Presented as part of the Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival (at the) Atlas Performing Arts Center, Feb 24 – Mar 5, 2017

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Atlas Performing Arts Center
1333 H Street NE
Washington DC 20002
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Second Thursday Live @ 7 pm
Short works performed by Forty+ are grounded in movement, theatricality and in-the-moment connection to affirm women of experience, capacity and presence. Choreographers Andie deVaulx and Sandra Atkinson contribute new works and recent works by Emily Crews and Jane Franklin are performed.
March 9, 2017
The Athenaeum
201 Prince Street
Alexandria VA
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The Migration Project
March 25 @ 7:30 pm
The Migration Project explores stories of relocation layered with music and movement. Whether it is a family history dating back multiple generations, or a recent relocation, something is shared through the ‘pull’ to find better opportunity or the ‘push’ to leave because of no choice. The extraordinary increase in global migration over the past 500 years has left traces in our DNA.
The Durant Center
1605 Cameron St, Alexandria, VA 22314

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Black Ice
Human migration tracks a long history of upheaval because of major climatic shifts. The U.S. Department of Defense has called climate change “an urgent and growing threat to our national security, contributing to increased natural disaster, refugee flows, and conflicts over basic resources such as food and water.” We explore the movement of animals, birds, climate and the changing environment. Performances start at Theatre on the Run, 3700 S Four Mile Run Drive then conclude at a nearby location.
March 31 – April 15
Black Ice –  (includes a beer ticket for one full pour (14 oz.) in the New District Brewing Company, complimentary light snack)  @ 7:30 pm/ March 31 and Apr 15
 
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Black Ice – live performance art installation @ 7:30 pm/ April  1, 7, 8, 
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Theatre on the Run
3700 S Four Mile Run Drive
Arlington VA 22206

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EXCHANGES – Single tickets may be exchanged within 24 hours of the performance. Missed performances may not be exchanged.  All ticket purchases are non-refundable.