CONTACT: Ali Duffy, Artistic Director, email@example.com
Flatlands Dance Theatre presents Speakeasy: A 1920s Cabaret
Friday, November 30, 2018 & Saturday, December 1, 2018, 7:30 pm
Firehouse Theatre at LHUCA, 511 Avenue K Lubbock, Texas
Flatlands Dance Theatre's production, Speakeasy, invites audiences into the mysterious underground of a 1920s cabaret. Through comedy, song, dance, and theatre, featuring various dance styles, live music, and cutting-edge, cabaret-style acts, the choreographers of FDT and guest artists take viewers on a wild ride led by our master of ceremonies, Grayson Bradshaw. Live music composed by David Box and played by a jazz ensemble will be featured with live dance from FDT. We invite viewers to sit back, have a drink, and be entertained. Welcome to the cabaret!
Speakeasy will be presented on Friday, November 30th and Saturday, December 1st at 7:30pm in the Firehouse Theatre at LHUCA (511 Avenue K). Ticket prices include a $3.75 Select-a-Seat surcharge, and are $26 general admission and $16 for seniors, children, and students with ID. Tickets can be purchased at the door, online, or by calling Select-A-Seat at (806) 770-2000. A cash bar will be made available.
This production is made possible by the generous support of the Community Foundation of West Texas, CH Foundation, and the City of Lubbock as recommended by Civic Lubbock.
Choreographers: Grayson Bradshaw, Genevieve Durham DeCesaro, Ali Duffy, Sarah Mondle, Tamara Smith, and Rachel Ure, with aerial work by Molly Roberts
Composer: David Box
Dancers: Allison Beaty, Sulma Benitez, Tyra Bradford, Grayson Bradshaw, Ashlyn Brown, Celeste Delgado, Ali Duffy, Sarah Estrada, Almendra Gonzalez, Sarah Mondle, Kris Olson, Megan Reyna, Sarah Sabin, Madison Sandvig, Morgan Smith, Tamara Smith, Rachel Ure, and Breana Young
Musicians: David Box, Bruce Keeling, John Kennedy, Hannah Macgillivray, Jonathon Rice, Alan Shinn, and Charles Whitehead
Flatlands Dance Theatre is Lubbock's professional dance company established in 2010. FDT produces and promotes innovative and diverse dance and provides community engagement initiatives to the West Texas region through a collective of working artists. FDT seeks to enrich the West Texas cultural community by producing innovative and diverse dance works performed by professional artists. In establishing Flatlands Dance Theatre, we are particularly enthusiastic about the opportunities we have to engage with other individuals in the community who share our commitment to furthering the visibility of professional dance in Lubbock and West Texas.