Spring "No Frills" Dance Happenin'
March 24th at 7:30pmZUZI! Theater738 N 5th Ave in the Historic Y520-629-0237Tickets $10
ZUZI! Dance presents its Spring, biannual No Frills Dance Happenin'. A variety of performers throughout Tucson and Southern Arizona come to share fresh and innovative works from various stages of the creative process. The works range from serious to silly and some are presented here for the first time.
“No Frills” has been in existence for 18 years and is an important venue for local choreographers to show new work or work in progress. ZUZI! “No Frills” has been described as an open mic for dance and is a unique opportunity to showcase work and perform in a relaxed setting. As the name suggests, there really are no frill…..no fancy lights, no fancy sets….just dancers, choreographers, experimentation, and a great show!
“No Frills” concert has come to serve two important purposes. First, it has become a popular venue for youth performers, schools and youth choreography. Second, it has continued to be an important venue for local choreographers to showcase new work, which can be quite experimental in nature.
This showcase will truly be about the process and will be an impressive showing of our local talent.
Tickets available through PayPal below or at the door.
ZUZI! Raffle - Donation Request
ZUZI! dancers will be performing encore presentations of Frida Kahlo: Blood and Gold at The Good Shepherd Church in Sahuarita on April 7th and Tucson Botanical Gardens on May 26th. ZUZI! and Tucson Botanical Gardens will be holding a raffle at the end of our performance on May 26th to raise money for our dancers honorariums. We're accepting donations of raffle items to help offset the costs of Frida performances in support of our talented dancers. If you're interested in donating, please complete the donation form or give us a call at (520) 629-0237. We appreciate your support!
Pablo & Friends invite you to a live music performance featuring ZUZI! Dance showcase of Frida Kahlo: Blood and Gold
Tickets available at the door. For more information visit www.tucsonbotanical.org/visit