Event Details

Call Back the Sun

Time: November 21, 2014 from 7:30pm to 9pm
Location: Historic Ashland Armory
Street: 280 Oak Street
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://www.dancingpeople.com
Phone: 541-488-9683
Event Type: dance, performance
Organized By: Dancing People Company
Latest Activity: Nov 17, 2014

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Event Description

Dancing People and guests return to the Ashland Armory on Saturday and Sunday, December 20 and 21 for this very special 9th anniversary Winter Solstice performance of “Call Back the Sun”. In this Ashland holiday tradition, DPC’s superb dancers are joined by other amazing dancers, musicians, and aerialists, to present a show rich in movement, music and the magic of the season. A dance party follows the evening shows. Enjoy an uplifting performance, stay and dance after!

Show times are 2pm and 7:30pm, tickets are $17 evening/$15 matinee. Children 12 and under $10. Saturday matinee is a preview performance (no dance party), all tickets $10.


Tickets are available at The Music Coop (cash or check) or online at dancingpeople.com (credit/debit)

DPC dancers are Veronica DeWitt, Erin Drummond and Brianna Rae Johnson. They will be joined by former DPC dancers Alonzo Moore and Emily Abrahams in this special reunion show. Other performers include: The Curtain Climbers Aerial Dance, African Dance Ashland, Cornflower, Dean Angermeir, Vanessa Nowitsky, and Uphonic Sound System, among others.

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