FAMILY PERFORMANCE SERIES

Sat., April 26, 2014 2:00pm FREE

West Broward High School’s performance of Helping America Notice Deaf Society (HANDS) will enthrall people of all ages. HANDS is an inspiring infusion of sign language, exciting choreography, and music, including classic favorites to current hits. West Broward High School’s mission is to promote integrity, respect, and dignity by creating lifelong learners in a safe and trusting environment. This performance is created and presented by the school’s American Sign Language Club.  Appropriate for all ages.


BODY AND SOUL DANCE THEATRE presents:

Psychosis

Fri., May 2  Sat., May 3, 2014  8:00 pm 

This production takes you on a journey with individuals who have been committed to a psychiatric institution struggling with psychosis.

The show encompasses original monologues, dance choreography, and a video presentation that take the audience members on a journey from institutional commitment, to the internal battle of the psyche, to the strength of obtaining mental clarity and reaching a place of health amidst adversity.

The audience will witness the variability of an individual’s mental state evidenced by delusions of grandeur to extreme paranoia such as but not limited to; being a member of a wild tribe, nurses stealing medication from their patients, to being a famous star in a Broadway.

This production is all relayed through dance with supportive monologues that guide audience members through the patients’ harrowing story of mental instability to resiliency.

To Purchase Tickets, click here: http://psychosis.brownpapertickets.com/

 

***CHECK OUT THE VIDEOS***

http://youtu.be/uBkjqoa52_I

http://youtu.be/6WsClbCysBo

http://youtu.be/hDSUMMgtV2c

http://youtu.be/a9O08lCxRrE

http://youtu.be/JbIRiTW_rhQ

 

 

FAMILY PERFORMANCE SERIES

Sat., May 10, 2014 2:00pm FREE

Dancing Your Direction is an interactive performance that makes contemporary dance understandable for audiences of all ages. After each dance and a quick chat, the audience becomes the choreographer, giving direction to the dancers. The dancers follow the audience’s direction – on the spot! So kick off your shoes, put on your choreography hat, and come play with movement.  Appropriate for all ages.