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Sep122018

DanceCo Announces Free Family Classes at Cowles Center Sept. 16 & 23 

Photo by Matthew Keefe

DanceCo is a local creater of original dance for young audiences and their families. They will be offering a free 30-minute movement class for 4-8 year olds followed by a 30-minute preview of their upcoming production, Which Witch is Which?

These sessions will take place at The Cowles Center, 528 Hennepin Avenue. You have two opportunities to bring the kids: September 16 and 23, 11:15am -12:30pm both days. The schedule is as follows:

Family Class: 11:15-11:45am - 7th Floor Studio 7A
Performance Preview: 12:00-12:30pm - 2nd Floor Target Education Studio

These events are free to attend, but pre-registration is required via this link.

Class size is limited to 15 participants plus accompanying adults, so register now (adult participation optional)! Within the class, participants will learn moves from the show so they can join in, the show is interactive.

Space and marketing support for this project is provided by The Cowles Center for Dance & the Performing Arts through The Generating Room: Open Proposal Initiative. For more information, contact: Elyse Chambers, Education & Community Engagement Manager at 
echambers@thecowlescenter.org or 612-206-3643.

DanceCo's production of Which Witch is Which? runs October 16-21 at the historic Avalon Theater, 1500 E Lake Street. Ticket Info

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