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Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater is 50 Years Old

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Picture credit: Andrew Eccles

When living in New York, I would receive as a birthday present every December, tickets to a performance of the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater. The event was always trans-formative

“You must enjoy every moment of this,”

Judith Jamison

Congratulation to Judith Jamison, who has done an incredible job and to everyone who is in involved with this wonderful dance company.

Written by Bob Martin

December 6, 2008 at 7:05 pm

Posted in Art, Dance

African-Festival 08, Phoenix AZ

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African-Festival 08 Phoenix AZ

We went last year and had a great time. For more information call.

623-247-4869 or 623-215-2507

Title: African-Festival O8
Location: Arisona State University West Campus
Description: Celebrate African Music, Dance and Food.
Start Time: 10:00
Date: 2008-10-18
End Time: 18:00

Written by Bob Martin

June 5, 2008 at 2:17 pm

Arizona Magic of Music & Dance at Barnes & Noble

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Last Summer I attended a performance of “Snow White” produced by Arizona Magic of Music and Dance a program for children and young adults with physical or mental disabilities — that prepares them in one week to stage a wonderful theater production that is written and choreographed just for them. This was an inspirational event. This weekend in Scottsdale they have partnered with Barnes & Noble to help raise funds for this year’s production of the Jungle Book.

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SHOW UP ~ SHOP ~ SUPPORT
Saturday March 29th at 11:00am


Barnes & Noble Booksellers
(10500 N. 90th Street, Scottsdale Tel. 480-391-0048)

“Magical Possibilities for Youths with Disabilities”
SHOW UP: Free performance by the Arizona Magic of Music & Dance – please bring the entire family
SHOP: Barnes & Noble will give each person in attendance a charitable voucher.
This voucher will be valid at any valley location for the following 30 days.
SUPPORT: The proceeds from your purchasing from Barnes and Noble fund the barrier
free week-long camps

June 2 – 6 in Fountain Hills & June 9 – 13 in Phoenix
for children and young adults with physical and mental disabilities. In just one
week, they will stage The Jungle Book with the help of teen and adult volunteers.
We need your help. Please visit http://www.AZMagic.org to enroll a special needs
“actor” or to volunteer – but most of all, we need your donations. 100% of all
proceeds support these two fabulous productions.

Call 602-653-8702 or 602-326-4619 for more information.
Tax Deductible 501 – C-(3)
Just shop at Barnes & Noble for any books or gifts you
want in the next 30 days. Present the voucher at checkout
and Barnes & Noble will donate a portion of the
profits to the Arizona Magic of Music & Dance!

Written by Bob Martin

March 27, 2008 at 4:30 pm

Posted in Art, Dance, Music

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African Festival at ASU West Campus

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October 20th, The Kawambe-Omowale African Drum & Dance Theatre, a Phoenix, Arizona-based performing arts company, celebrating more than 20 years in the Valley of the Sun!

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Written by Bob Martin

October 22, 2007 at 11:11 am

Posted in Art, Dance, Exhibits, Music