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Free The Beasts

When: Sat., April 25, 7 p.m. and Sun., April 26, 2 p.m. 2015
Price: $10, $8, $5
Come celebrate all the many dance styles of Humboldt County in one big, glorious showcase! Now in its third year, Free The Beasts has delighted audiences with a wide variety of styles and choreographers. This will be the best year yet, with a cast of over fifty dancers ranging in styles from Modern, Bellydance, Swing, Jazz, Aerial, and more! Stephanie Carter and Shoshanna collaborated together to provide dancers and choreographers with a liberating performance opportunity, inviting any and every dance artist to create their own work without any restrictions of other performances. This year, some of those artists include: Yanoula and The Rockin' Rubies from Garberville, who have traveled up to Arcata every year to perform an energetic Bellydance piece; Raven Arnold and dancers from North Coast Preparatory and Performing Arts Academy with a political piece on climate change; Carrie Badeaux with Sundance Ballet Company and Dance Scene Studios, performing The Mad Tea Party from their upcoming recital "Alice in Wonderland"; Rhythmically Challenged with Swing fusion, students from HSU, North Coast Dance, Redwood Raks, teachers from Trillium Dance Studios, and many more! Come join us for the dance performance of the year! Saturday, April 25th at 7pm and Sunday April 26th at 2pm at Redwood Raks World Dance Studio, 824 L Street, Arcata. Tickets $10 general, $8 students/seniors, $5 kids and available at Threadbare Dancewear, Wildberries, and at the door. To reserve tickets and for more info call (707) 616-6876 or 832-9903. Find us on Facebook!



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