Through the Labyrinth: Performance Art Inspired by Sleeping Beauty
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The last date listed for Through the Labyrinth was Friday July 13, 2012 / 8:30pm.
Currently at Highways Performance Space and Gallery
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Three sisters, possibly witches, convene in a drawing room to conjure up dark songs and flashbacks… More
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“Using this event as the source of the curse which resulted in fear of the number 13, this night, we will take you through the labyrinth, “reset zero,” exponentially increase the love, light and magic in your life; and this event promises to be an evening of stirred up, mixed together melange of blessings, love, music, performance and partying to to a cosmic love froth that reaches from earth to the furthest stars and dimensions.” says Jung-Hall.
“We know our magic is stronger when we are in relatedness to each other and this event is the opportunity all magical beings, who use love to manifest love, from every klan, race, color, creed, sexuality, storyline, timeline, glen, valley, hillside, mountain top, star and dimension to meet, commune and participate in this magical-mystical-transformational-cotillion-performance-party-mixer which will certainly elevate us all,” says Mr. Boddie.
About the Ticket Supplier: Highways Performance SpaceHighways Performance Space is Southern California's boldest center for new performance. Founded in 1989, Highways continues to be an important alternative cultural center in Los Angeles that encourages fierce new artists from diverse communities to develop and present innovative works.
Highways promotes the development of contemporary socially involved artists and art forms. Our mission is implemented through four programs (the performance space, workshop/university program and two galleries). Annually, Highways co-presents approximately 250 performances by solo dramatic artists, small theater groups, dance companies and spoken word artists; curates and exhibits approximately 12 contemporary visual art exhibits per year with work that explores the boundaries between performing and visual art forms; commissions and premieres new work by outstanding performing artists; organize special events, curate festival, offer residency and educational programs that engage community members in the arts while providing access to professionally-directed instruction.