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Monday, March 31, 2014

Dance Anywhere Makes the World Its Stage (Video)

Posted By on Mon, Mar 31, 2014 at 11:59 AM

  • Adrian Rodriguez

Yerba Buena visitors and passersby were taken by surprise when six dancers claimed the entrance of the Center for Arts as their stage for a 25-minute performance Friday, March 28 at noon.

The six performers danced a routine that combined choreography and improvisation to the accompaniment of music performed by cellist Alex Kelly. As the marquis performance for the Dance Anywhere event, Beth Fein, artistic director and creator, organized the show, which attracted a crowd of about 50 people that surrounded the entrance of the center.

In it's tenth year, Dance Anywhere is a world event of dancers, artists, musicians and performers of all types that adapt their locations to become their stages.

"My dream is that the whole world stops and dances for a moment together. Could you imagine?" Fein says.

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