Tuesday Night - 7:00-12:00midnight


BrockusRED

– TimeMachine
Join us for a showcase in our home studio
Tuesday Aug 30 7:30 & 9:00
Free food and drink!  Looping shuttle. Toe -Tapping FUN, TimeMachine is a nostalgic trip through pop culture from the 50’s to now. Great music & dance to make your audiences dance in the aisles. Mixing art with a strong feeling for entertainment, BrockusRED has the ability to connect & engage audiences. This award winning company under the direction of Deborah Brockus has captivates audiences across the US & Europe. BrockusRED’s repertory has something for everyone.

Contact Daisy Mohrman BrockusREDco@gmail.com  / Brockus 562-412-7429
Booth 916


Anaïs, A Dance Opera
Video Clip  https://vimeo.com/157219174/542663d5be


Anaïs, A Dance Opera is an innovative stage production interweaving dance, music and theater to explore the riveting life of famed diarist, Anaïs Nin, the original blogger. With one female vocalist, six dancers and stunning projections the show tells the absorbing story of Nin, exploring her world of words, sex, passion and creativity
Booth 304
Cadence Arts Network, Rachel Cohen


Louise Reichlin & Dancers/ LA Choreographers & Dancers or

Louise Reichlin & Dancers/ Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers
Booth 215


Compelling New Dance/Digital Animation from Louise Reichlin.

Invasion- A sci-fi story. An Alien invasion, when very diverse qualities from diverse cultures come together. Who changes who? What is the result?
Call From the Afterlife-
a Ballerina Clown, Marilyn Monroe, the devil, and a Bedouin belly dancer as the grim reaper.


Luminario Ballet

Booth 612.

Luminario Ballet will showcase excerpts from the ballet and aerial pieces "Lift Ticket" and "LedZAerial"

"... Luminario Ballet presents excerpts from their spectacular aerial ballets a la Cirque du Soleil, "Lift Ticket", and the Led Zeppelin favorite, "LedZAerial"   ..."


"Down Around Brown Town" 

A Dance and Musical Production

Frit and Frat Fuller, recipients of the 2013 NAACP Award for Best Director Of Musical, brings you "Down Around Brown Town" A jukebox musical revue celebrating the music of Mr. James Brown. Utilizing Mr. Brown's funky and soulful sounds, Down Around Brown Town infuses music, song and dance to create fun, energetic and entertaining vignettes that will definitely get your head bobbing, fingers snapping and toes tapping!

“Brown Town” website -

http://kindancela.wix.com/downaroundbrowntown
 A stirring rendition of "A Man's, Man's World" is performed and accompanied by a powerful dance performance.
As the soulful ballad "Please, Please, Please" is vocalized, a beautiful trio tells the story of a love lost.
 Fun, energetic and always a crowd pleaser "Got The Feeling" rules with a Juke Joint Night Club atmosphere.

Agent - Booth 304
Cadence Arts Network, Rachel Cohen


   Tuesday 7:00-12:00

 Brewery Arts Lofts- BPS

 618 B Moulton Ave

 Looping Shuttle from hotel every 15 min

 meet a guide with a sign outside of the hotel

Olympic doors of the hotel


7:00 -7:20 Anaïs, A Dance Opera

7:30-7:50 BrockusRED- Timemachine

8:00-8:50 Down Around Brown Town

9:00-9:20 BrockusRED - TimeMachine

9:30-9:50 Anaïs, A Dance Opera

10:00-10:20 Luminario Ballet

10:30-11:00 Louise Reichlin & Dancers

11:30-12:00 Luminario Ballet



   Monday 7:00-11:30

Downtown Dance 1144 South Hope Street


short walk from the hotel GET A Walking MAP

-take Olympic to Hope st and turn right. Studio is between 11th and 12th on the left hand side

-or cut through LA Live Chuck Herns becomes 11th and turn right on Hope Street


SHUTTLE Pick up

7:10 / 8:10 / 9:10 /10:10/ 10:45

Meet the shuttle at the Olympic doors of the Hotel


7:30- 7:50 Louise Reichlin & Dancers

8:00-8:20 Lula Washington Dance Theater

8:30-8:50 BrockusRED- American Dream

9:00-9:20 Blue13 Dance Company

9:30-9:50 Pacifico Dance Company

10:00-10:20 BrockusRED-American Dream

10:30-10:50 Louise Reichlin & Dancers

11:00-11:20 Lula Washington Dance Theater

Monday Night 7:30-11:30


Blue13 Dance Company
 Dragon (Excerpts)
Blue13’s new Contemporary Indian work brings forth the rich rhythmic footwork and dance-drama of the Indian Subcontinent, strengthened by Blue13’s modern dance roots. The piece explores the first generation South Asian American journey of duality, and the way in which that journey mirrors distinct identity crises faced by so many of minority cultures: woman, gay, immigrant, other. “Dragon” is American and rebellious with a profound Indian respect, encapsulating the feeling of walking a tight rope between two worlds to finally emerge with a distinct, proud identity.
www.blue13dance.com

YOUTUBE LINK: https://youtu.be/EJIMQAtGdp4
Contact Name: Francine Sheffield, Sheffield Global Arts Management, Booth 108-A, 917-409-6851
Contact Email: info@sheffieldglobalartsmangement.com
Contact Phone: 917.409.6851
Contact Mailing: ‪3700 Hawley Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90032


 

Pacifico Dance Company

brings you the finest in traditional Mexican Folk dance... spectacles that dazzle
with colorful costumes, props, and live music.

Videos
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=exMYoGrHVr8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45ZEVyglAMM
AGENT - Booth 304
Cadence Arts Network, Rachel Cohen


Lula Washington Dance Theatre

"The superb dancers of the Lula Washington Dance Theatre sure know how to bust a move, and they had the audience up on their feet, dancing and applauding, as the evening closed with a hip hop crescendo! Performing in Israel for the first time, the company merges an exuberant, theatrical style with movement that draws on modern dance, African dance, jazz, ballet, and hip hop," Midnight East, Tel Aviv, Israel 

Lula Washington's "Search for Humanism" is a work that literally cries out against police brutality, opening with soloist Quela Clancy pleading: “Don’t kill my babies… don’t shoot my babies.” The work feels very painfully current when one considers the deaths of young black men while in police custody – Freddie Gray in Baltimore, Eric Garner in New York, and sadly, many others." -- Midnight East, in Tel Aviv, Israel.
 "Search For Humanism," which explores the killings of black men by police. The dance resonated with Israeli audiences.
BOOTH # 510

CONTACT INFORMATION
Erwin Washington,
Executive Director,
Lula Washington Dance Theatre
Office: 323-292-5852
Email: Erwin.lwdt@gmail.com
Also represented by Jennifer MorrisSiegel Artists Management

Louise Reichlin & Dancers/ LA Choreographers & Dancers or

Louise Reichlin & Dancers/ Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers

Booth 215
Compelling New Dance/Digital Animation from Louise Reichlin.

Invasion- A sci-fi story. An Alien invasion, when very diverse qualities from diverse cultures come together. Who changes who? What is the result?
Call From the Afterlife-
a Ballerina Clown, Marilyn Monroe, the devil, and a Bedouin belly dancer as the grim reaper.


BrockusRED

– American Dream
Monday Aug 29  8:30 & 10:00
Free food and drink. Meet by the lobby doors to walk over. American Dream, excerpts from a social statement piece on American society. Mixing art with a strong feeling for entertainment, BrockusRED has the ability to connect & engage audiences. Founded in 1994 this award winning company under the direction of Deborah Brockus has captivated audiences across the US & Europe. BrockusRED’s repertory is set to a wide range of music: classical, jazz, pop, and world music -something for everyone. Contact Daisy Mohrman BrockusREDco@gmail.com  / Brockus 562-412-7429
Booth 916
Special Themed programs and full-length programs are on tour.

WAA Showcases

                        produced by Brockus

 

Looking to dazzle your audiences

with power and passion

of the human body -DANCE

And for your effort of attending

- Enjoy great food and an Open Bar

Monday night - a wild variety of different styles

Tuesday night - multi media based entertainment