[NEohioPAL] Shaker Arts Council presents "Dancing in the Woods" this Friday

Margaret Zellmer via NEohioPAL neohiopal at lists.neohiopal.org
Mon Jul 14 09:53:24 PDT 2014

*Last chance to purchase tickets for this unique *
*dance performance!*

Shaker Arts Council presents
*"Dancing in the Woods" with MorrisonDance*
Friday, July 18 at 7pm
Nature Center at Shaker Lakes

Shaker Arts Council (SHAC) presents MorrisonDance, one of Northeast Ohio’s
pre-eminent contemporary dance ensembles, performing “Dancing in the
Woods,” a program of environmentally-themed improvisational vignettes
performed in the natural surroundings of the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes.
As the summer 2014 performance in SHAC’s At home with the arts (Aha!)
series, “Dancing in the Woods” will allow guests to stroll through the
Nature Center’s beautiful trails and catch glimpses of “dance
conversations” featuring wood nymphs, masked dancers, and other interesting

MorrisonDance has been recognized for its unconventional presentations of
the art of movement.  For over 15 years, the small and versatile dance
ensemble has been presenting new work in Cleveland and have created
site-specific works for beaches, converted warehouse spaces, bridges,
docks, botanical gardens, community playgrounds and even an icing research

SHAC is a volunteer nonprofit organization whose mission is to enrich the
cultural fabric of Shaker Heights by establishing the arts as a vibrant and
integral part of the community.  Its purpose is best described as "building
the community through the arts and building the arts through the community."

Tickets are $30 per person which includes a preconcert reception with food
and drink at 7:00 pm.  The performance begins at 7:45 pm.  For online
purchases, visit www.shakerartscouncil.org.

 For more information, contact us at aha at shakerartscouncil.org or
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