Saving Grace Dance Ensemble Presents Artfulness 2022 at Windhover
Saving Grace Dance Ensemble will present the collaborative dance concert ARTFULNESS – An Evening of Inspiring Dance on Monday, July 25th on the outdoor stage at Windhover Center for the Performing Arts in Rockport, MA. The performance begins at 7pm and features classical and contemporary dance performed by eight local professional and pre-professional dance companies.
Saving Grace Dance Ensemble will present excerpts from modern dance pioneer José Limón’s classic work, There is a Time, made possible by arrangement with the José Limón Dance Foundation, Inc. under the direction of Kathryn Alter. The company will also perform Peace, choreographed by guest artist Jere Hunt and Robyn Goulette’s contemporary ballet entitled Being, as well as a student repertory workshop dance.
Forty Steps Dance (Nahant, MA) will present The Flood. NSquared Dance (Manchester, NH/NYC) will debut a new work choreographed by Nick Neagle. Joining Artfulness for the first time, Onstage Dance Company (Malden/Boston, MA) will present a contemporary work choreographed by Erica Thorp. Southern New Hampshire Dance Theater (Bedford, NH) will showcase several classical and contemporary works by Douglas Davis, Sophia Hancock and Maille Zelco. Soloist Ava Girard (NH) will bring one of her original solos to the stage, and as part of the dance duo Veya, will present a shared work with Peyton Colegrove. Speaking in Taps (New England) under the direction of Aaron Tolson will bring a big smile to everyone’s face with their tap piece Sunday Best.
Tickets are $34 for general and accessible admission and $24 for students, and are available at https://windhover.org/performances/. Performances happen rain or shine under the big tent on Windhover’s outdoors stage at 257R Granite Street, Rockport, MA. Seating begins at 6:30 and audiences are welcome to bring refreshments. For more information about Windhover Center for the Performing Arts, please visit https://windhover.org/