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Bruce Wood Dance presents HOPE: A Virtual Dance Experience

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Photo by Brian Guilliaux

Bruce Wood Dance kicks off its 11th season with HOPE, featuring seven unique dance films offering stories of love, healing, justice, and compassion. HOPE will stream on the Bruce Wood Dance Vimeo channel beginning at 6 pm on December 4, and running for 72 hours.

HOPE features the choreography of founder Bruce Wood,® artistic director Joy Bollinger, artistic advisor Kimi Nikaidoh, and guest choreographers Adam W. McKinney and Jonathan Campbell. It also includes original scores by Joseph Thalken and Najeeb Sabour.

Collaborating with Bollinger and the dance creators are Dallas–based filmmakers The Digibees. Founded by husband–and–wife duo Pockett Brown and Jirard in 2001, The Digibees are a full–service production team and creator of award–winning music videos and independent films.

Two of the premieres featured in HOPE speak to anti–racism and COVID–19: Promise Me You’ll Sing My Song by Adam W. McKinney and Life Interrupted by Joseph Thalken.

Bruce Wood Dance kicks off its 11th season with HOPE, featuring seven unique dance films offering stories of love, healing, justice, and compassion. HOPE will stream on the Bruce Wood Dance Vimeo channel beginning at 6 pm on December 4, and running for 72 hours.

HOPE features the choreography of founder Bruce Wood,® artistic director Joy Bollinger, artistic advisor Kimi Nikaidoh, and guest choreographers Adam W. McKinney and Jonathan Campbell. It also includes original scores by Joseph Thalken and Najeeb Sabour.

Collaborating with Bollinger and the dance creators are Dallas–based filmmakers The Digibees. Founded by husband–and–wife duo Pockett Brown and Jirard in 2001, The Digibees are a full–service production team and creator of award–winning music videos and independent films.

Two of the premieres featured in HOPE speak to anti–racism and COVID–19: Promise Me You’ll Sing My Song by Adam W. McKinney and Life Interrupted by Joseph Thalken.

Bruce Wood Dance kicks off its 11th season with HOPE, featuring seven unique dance films offering stories of love, healing, justice, and compassion. HOPE will stream on the Bruce Wood Dance Vimeo channel beginning at 6 pm on December 4, and running for 72 hours.

HOPE features the choreography of founder Bruce Wood,® artistic director Joy Bollinger, artistic advisor Kimi Nikaidoh, and guest choreographers Adam W. McKinney and Jonathan Campbell. It also includes original scores by Joseph Thalken and Najeeb Sabour.

Collaborating with Bollinger and the dance creators are Dallas–based filmmakers The Digibees. Founded by husband–and–wife duo Pockett Brown and Jirard in 2001, The Digibees are a full–service production team and creator of award–winning music videos and independent films.

Two of the premieres featured in HOPE speak to anti–racism and COVID–19: Promise Me You’ll Sing My Song by Adam W. McKinney and Life Interrupted by Joseph Thalken.

WHEN

WHERE

Virtual
http://www.brucewooddance.org/

TICKET INFO

$30 per household
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