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PrismCo Movement Theatre ringside will use the combined grace and power of mixed martial arts to immerse the audience in the action-packed world of competitive MMA fighting with Bruises: Animal vs. Machine. PrismCo's 2016 production of Animal v. Machine is coming back as a touring show and groundbreaking community engagement and theater project.

PrismCo was awarded with a grant from the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs to produce the show in communities in the Dallas area with low access to the arts. Co-founders Jeff Colangelo and Katy Tye will produce and direct this critically acclaimed show in three separate venues across the South and West Dallas areas for six weekends.

Bruises: Animal vs. Machine is a ruthlessly vivid portrait of two passionate women as they compete for glory in the ring. Through a brutally soulful blend of fighting and dance, secrets are revealed and past wounds are re-opened in this awe-inspiring wordless piece. Each hit and blow these women trade cracks open a new layer behind their drive to be in the ring, transforming this match from a rowdy celebration of violence to a poignant exploration of what fuels us to fight for what we want.

Performances March 31-April 9 will take place at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center. Performances May 5-13 will be at Maceo High School. Performances on May 19 and 20 will be at Beckley Saner Recreation Center.

PrismCo Movement Theatre ringside will use the combined grace and power of mixed martial arts to immerse the audience in the action-packed world of competitive MMA fighting with Bruises: Animal vs. Machine. PrismCo's 2016 production of Animal v. Machine is coming back as a touring show and groundbreaking community engagement and theater project.

PrismCo was awarded with a grant from the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs to produce the show in communities in the Dallas area with low access to the arts. Co-founders Jeff Colangelo and Katy Tye will produce and direct this critically acclaimed show in three separate venues across the South and West Dallas areas for six weekends.

Bruises: Animal vs. Machine is a ruthlessly vivid portrait of two passionate women as they compete for glory in the ring. Through a brutally soulful blend of fighting and dance, secrets are revealed and past wounds are re-opened in this awe-inspiring wordless piece. Each hit and blow these women trade cracks open a new layer behind their drive to be in the ring, transforming this match from a rowdy celebration of violence to a poignant exploration of what fuels us to fight for what we want.

Performances March 31-April 9 will take place at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center. Performances May 5-13 will be at Maceo High School. Performances on May 19 and 20 will be at Beckley Saner Recreation Center.

PrismCo Movement Theatre ringside will use the combined grace and power of mixed martial arts to immerse the audience in the action-packed world of competitive MMA fighting with Bruises: Animal vs. Machine. PrismCo's 2016 production of Animal v. Machine is coming back as a touring show and groundbreaking community engagement and theater project.

PrismCo was awarded with a grant from the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs to produce the show in communities in the Dallas area with low access to the arts. Co-founders Jeff Colangelo and Katy Tye will produce and direct this critically acclaimed show in three separate venues across the South and West Dallas areas for six weekends.

Bruises: Animal vs. Machine is a ruthlessly vivid portrait of two passionate women as they compete for glory in the ring. Through a brutally soulful blend of fighting and dance, secrets are revealed and past wounds are re-opened in this awe-inspiring wordless piece. Each hit and blow these women trade cracks open a new layer behind their drive to be in the ring, transforming this match from a rowdy celebration of violence to a poignant exploration of what fuels us to fight for what we want.

Performances March 31-April 9 will take place at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center. Performances May 5-13 will be at Maceo High School. Performances on May 19 and 20 will be at Beckley Saner Recreation Center.

WHEN

WHERE

Beckley Saner Recreation Center
114 W. Hobson Ave.
Dallas, TX 75224
http://prismco.org/

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