Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Afro Brazlian Dance in Boulder, CO

You are cordially invited to attend “NeXus 2010,” a dance concert which
provides an opportunity for artistic interaction between the University and the
professional dance community characterized by choreographic diversity and
innovation. This year’s concert promises an unforgettable performance with
choreography by community artists KC Chun-Manning, Lyra Mayfield, David
Michael and Glenda Monasch, Rosangela Silverstre, Nancy Smith, and Gina
Jacobs Thomas and student work by Sarah Bowers, Cortney McGuire and Charlie
Dando, DeShawn Marshall, and Stephanie Tuley. “NeXus 2010” will take place
April 9-10 at 7:30 pm and April 11 at 2 pm at the Charlotte York Irey Theatre,
at the Department of Theatre and Dance on the University of Colorado at
Boulder campus.

“NeXus 2010” is a distinct concert filled with numerous dance styles. An
exhilarating, delicate aerial piece meets a post modern, humorous and
explosive duet. A touching and powerful contemporary ballet solo meets a
dance piece, inspired by movements and rhythms from Brazil. The evening also
includes eurythmy, a European form that was part of a cultural and artistic
upheaval in the early 1900’s. "NeXus 2010" provides a stimulating variety of
offerings that should not be missed!

In celebration of dance month, 3rd Law Dance/Theater and The CU Theatre &
Dance Department are collaborating on a mutual discount. With the ticket or
ticket stub of one show you can receive a discount to the other ($2 OFF: Nexus /
$3 OFF: 3rd Law). Redeemable only at respective box offices. For more
information contact Stephanie.Kobes@Colorado.edu

More on how to get there...

Attached is the official flyer and below are links to the CU Campus map in Boulder. The Irey Theatre (also University Theatre) is closest to Broadway and College Ave. The link to the campus map is: http://www.colorado.edu/campusmap/map.pdf (it's building # 96). You can also check out http://www.colorado.edu/visit/directions/ and put in your starting address for directions to campus. If you're coming from Denver, I would recommend using mapquest or google maps and enter Broadway and College ave, Boulder, CO. as your end address.

If you choose to park on campus, an evening/weekend parking map can be found here:
It looks like you would have to pay to park on campus after 5pm weekdays, Sat and Sun. If you don't want to have to pay, you can park close to Broadway and College and walk in.

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