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Performance at 12 Dancers Dancing

12 Dancers Dancing: A Christmas in Cambridge

Saturday, December 8 at 8:00 pm
Sunday, December 9 at 7:00 pm
at The Julie Ince Thompson Theatre at Dance Complex

Tickets:
Adults $23
Seniors and Children: $16

Performances by: Boston Community Dance Project, Sydni Jiang, Project 31, North Shore Civic Ballet, Sasso & Company, Cambridge Dance Company, Nozama Dance Collective, Rainbow Tribe, Disco Brats, Forty Steps Dance, Kinetic Synergy Dance Company, NewStage Dance Company, Brookline Academy of Dance, and Legacy Dance Company.

Please bring a new toy for our children’s toy drive and receive $1 off of your admission ticket!

Tickets: www.eventbrite.com

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Photos from 2018 Spring Concert

The 2018 Annual Spring Concert and 25th Anniversary Celebration, held March 2018 at Nahant Town Hall, featured new and old works: Trees (2018), Fragile (2002 & 2011), Images (2017), Accord (1992), Serve It Up (1991) and excerpts from Creatures (2016). Photos: Igor Burlak

Trees (2018)

Fragile (2002 & 2011)

Images (2017)

Accord (1992)

Excerpts from Creatures (2016)

Serve It Up (1991)

Creatures (2014)

Photos from Creatures (2014) – photos: Thomas Nola-Rion and Miguel Vargus

Photos from 2014 Annual Spring Concert

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Forty Steps Dance performed at their Annual Spring Concert, March 29, 2014. The works featured include “Accord,” “The Flood,” “Creatures,” and a solo danced by Director Sallee Slagle from “Two from Tull.”

Accord (1992)

Photos from Accord (1992), performed in 2013 and 2014 at Nahant Town Hall – photos: Thomas Nola-Rion and Miguel Vargus

Fragile (2002/2011)

Photos from Fragile as performed in 2002, 2011, 2013. This original work was dedicated to all the victims and heroes of the tragedy on September 11, 2001. In 2011, the tenth anniversary of 9/11, it was revised to include a new opening section. All were touched by the events of that day and we recognize that our lives are all still affected in many ways. – photos: Leslie Jardine, Joe Puleo