Don’t miss Petworth Dance Project’s last performance on Saturday

The Petworth Dance Project is one of the best gems in the Petworth cultural crown, and the last performance for this summer is this Saturday, September 12th. (Read my first article about the Dance Project and what it means to live in a neighborhood.)

This wonderful event has drawn a small but dedicated crowd that grows each performance. It would be great to give them a big send-off for the last show of the season. So bring a picnic meal and some drinks and enjoy a great experience.

Come join your neighbors on the lawn at Petworth Park (8th & Taylor St NW) at 6:30pm and enjoy three modern dance companies perform for you. Best of all, it's free.

Come out on Saturday at 6:30pm to enjoy:

ACW Dances is an emerging modern dance company based in Arlington, VA. Our mission is to engage with the metro-DC community through performance, workshops, and collaborative projects.  Led by artistic director Abigail Wallace, ACW Dances creates choreography that is highly athletic and daring, revealing human interactions in space and time.

MoCo Dance Alliance (Founder and Choreographer, Alex Schools)
MoCo Dance Alliance strives to bring power of physical and mental strength to audiences in the local communities through movement. MoCo Dance Alliance would like to give the opportunity to developing professionals to perform, create new artistic ideas, as well as promote charities in the Washington, DC area.

Laura Quiroga (Director-choreographer-dancer-teacher)
As a performer, Laura was last seen at the Mexican Institute as a dancer and Artistic Director of “Cri-Cri The Singing Cricket" musical for children, which will also be performed at Takoma Park on October 3, 2015. She has also performed with the In Series, as a Flamenco Dancer, at the Gala Hispanic Theatre, InterAmerican Development Bank’s Club de Teatro. Force Collision’s The Navy Yard and at Liz Lerman Dance Company.  She presented Tango Cabaret Love, which she was awarded as “Scene Stealers” of the Capital Fringe Festival 2014. In 2015, she presented at the Capital Fringe Festival again as Assistant Director for “El Sueño” or “The Delightful Nightmares of the Ladies.” Laura is the creator of the movement-drama workshop “From the Inside Out,” which the "Creative Movement" curriculum continues at the Washington International School where she has taught Movement, Ballet and Drama for 25 years. 

I’ll be there and hope to see you as well!