As the finale of DIDA's 2018 season, The Bipeds present '54 Strange Words', a psychedelic movement and live music experience that treads along the mysterious threshold between dreams and reality, while blurring the line between dance and song. Choreographer Stacy Wolfson and musical director Curtis Eller draw the show's imagery from a series of nightmares and the failure of language to adequately express these unsettling visions. Movement and live music (featuring The Bipeds' scorching rock n' roll band) emerge as the only effective methods of illuminating the disturbing world in which the performers find themselves. Facebook Event. Tickets/More Info
June 21 at 8pm*
June 22 at 8pm*
June 23 at 8pm** Afterparty!
June 24 at 6pm*
*cocktail hour prior to show time, come mingle with the artists!
**Saturday's performance will be followed by a raucous after-party!
AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL
AGE 18-30+ DANCE PARTY
FRIDAY June 15th 10PM-On
The American Dance Festival kicks off its summer program with a party for 18-30 year olds, and groovy 30+ young-at-heart-dancing-fiends!
If you're in that 18-30 age range, a $20 ticket buys you the Dayton Dance performance and entry to the dance party at The Fruit plus a t-shirt plus two pints (or alt-bev's if you're under 21)! But hold on! For those ripe ol' 30+ somethings, or those who don't buy the full package you can still come to the party for $12 advance or $15 day-of tickets.
So, your options are:
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ADF GO tickets for under 30
You can also purchase a ticket for just the party at Durham Fruit: https://bit.ly/2wUZJrO. Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 at the door.
Performance artist Monèt Noelle Marshall presents the second of her "Buy It Call It" trilogy. June 8-16. As written in the the Triangle Journal: A carnival theme sets the scene for this show that asks, 'What price are you paying for your body?'... "It is me letting go of my shame about myself,” Marshall said. “There’s nothing anybody can say about me if I’m like, ‘Here’s who I am. Here’s what I am. You can’t use me against me.’ That feels incredibly scary but also really liberating.” The audience will move throughout the entire first floor of the building. Admission is free, with a "pay what you will" option, thus ticketing is done as a reservation online to ensure access to the date and time you desire. June 8 & 9, 15 & 16 at 7:00 and 8:30.