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The Voice of the Black Community
Moving Poets RE[LOADED]
Performing Arts | Film
Date: October 30 - November 2, 2013
Time: 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Location: Show map
Booth Playhouse
130 N. Tryon St
Charlotte

Contact: Alyce Moran
Phone: 704-907-1415
Email: alyce@movingpoetscharlotte.org

On October 30 through November 2, Moving Poets will present three dance theatre performances in their signature multi-media style at the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center. Coming "home" Reloaded is their first full production in the Queen city since their departure to Berlin in 2006. What can audiences expect? Seasoned MP fans can count on risk-taking raw colorful thought provoking performances from veteran and new Poet artists to delight their senses.


Moving Poets is an international community of artists and creative professionals of different disciplines, cultures and age groups, based in Charlotte
and Berlin, Germany. Their programs include performances, concerts,exhibitions and workshops. The mission is to present high quality cross-disciplinary dance theater and serve as a cultural arts incubator, that brings local, national, international artists and creative
professionals together, to collectively create new works to be presented to the community in Charlotte and Berlin.

www.carolinatix.org or (704)372-1000
Price: Open dress rehearsal: $15 adults, $5 students. Thursday-Saturday- adults $30, students $10
Info about Moving Poets, www.movingpoets.org




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