Antics Hip Hop Dance Company in Illuminated Manuscript
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The last date listed for Illuminated Manuscript was Friday June 7, 2013 / 8:30pm.
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Very fun, had a diverse style of dance, with each of the dancers originating from different dance training. Overall very fun.
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Illuminated Manuscript had an amazing performance! The only downside was that it started much later than my tickets said the show time was. It was worth the wait, and the Ford theater was great as well. We greatly enjoyed the show!!
The production includes original music by Campion, Asa Watkins, Jay Vega, J-Alphamus and Antics dancer Amida “Shofu the Beatdown” Shofu; graffiti art by Antics dancer Gilyon “Gillatine” Brace-Wessel (who dances the role of Gilgamesh); and an animated short film by Sapphire Sandalo. Also featuring: John “Random1” Molina, Curtis “Creez” Jones, Lisa Kapchinske, Liliana Frias, Cyrian Reed, Mike “Shockwave” Hummer, and Kirlew “Bliss” Vilbon.
This is an outdoor event. Please dress appropriately and be prepared for weather changes.
_The Ford grounds are open for pre-show picnicking two hours prior to performances.
Concessions are available for purchase on-site by cash or credit card or you can bring your own food and beverage (wine and beer are permitted) for pre-show picnicking in the terraced entryway or snacking in your seat during the performance._
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