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TINY SHORTS: Brief Dances in Small Spaces

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TINY SHORTS: Brief Dances in Small Spaces

Time: November 6, 2015 at 7pm to November 7, 2015 at 11pm
Location: Lyric Hall
Street: 827 Whalley Ave
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://www.lyrichallnewhaven.…
Event Type: dance, festival, and, fundraiser
Organized By: Elm City Dance Collective
Latest Activity: Nov 6, 2015

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TINY SHORTS reimagines the Elm City Dance Festival for 2015.

The performance series will feature work by a range of artists from the Northeast region, 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.

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November 6th at 7pm and 9pm: Audience members will convene in the newly renovated Lyric Hall to enjoy a program of colorful dances made for a TINY space, drinks, and light fare.

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November 7th from 6-11PM: ECDC's Annual Gala

Join us as we celebrate 7 years!
Proceeds will support ECDC's 2016 programming.

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6-7PM Cocktails

7-8PM (Group 1): TINY SHORTS, Lyric Hall Theater 

7-8PM (Group 2): Hors D'Oeuvres and a special ECDC performance, Lyric Hall Gallery

9-10PM (Group 1):Hors D'Oeuvres and a special ECDC performance, Lyric Hall Gallery

9-10PM (Group 2):TINY SHORTS, Lyric Hall Theater

10-11PM Dessert


Dress Code - Fancy

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