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Tiny Shorts: Brief Dances in Small Spaces

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Tiny Shorts: Brief Dances in Small Spaces

Time: November 17, 2018 at 7pm to November 18, 2018 at 12am
Location: Lyric Hall
Street: 827 Whalley Avenue
City/Town: New Haven
Event Type: dance, performance
Organized By: Kellie Ann Lynch, Lindsey Bauer
Latest Activity: Nov 19, 2018

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TINY SHORTS: Brief dances in small spaces

TINY SHORTS 2018 will feature work by a range of Connecticut performing artists and seeks to celebrate the diversity and vitality of dance in adventurous, short bites. TINY SHORTS challenges its audience, choreographers, and performers alike to reconsider the physical boundaries of dance, and invites them to indulge in rapid washes of eclectic performance.

November 17th - 7pm and 9pm shows

*Come early. Grab a drink. Enjoy the show. Stay for ECDC's 10th Birthday Party @ 10pm*

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ECDC 10th Birthday Party: 10pm-12pm (at Lyric Hall)

Audience members will convene in the beautifully restored Lyric Hall to enjoy drinks and light bites as we celebrate our 10 years of existence!



*PRICING OPTIONS BELOW*


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DIRECTIONS TO LYRIC HALL:
Located in Historic Westville Village in New Haven, Connecticut, just 2 miles west of Downtown New Haven and 1.5 miles east of Rt. 15/Wilbur Cross Pkwy, Exit 59 on Rt. 63/Whalley Ave.

(See for reference: Parking Map of Westville Village, New Haven CT)

Parking: Free curbside parking is available throughout the Village. A municipal lot with metered parking is located at the corner of Whalley Avenue and Blake Street. Unmetered parking is also available in Edgewood Park, across the street from Lyric Hall.

Please note the TOW ZONES indicated on the map and do not risk parking in these areas.

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