The World's Greatest Show

Apparently, dance marathons were once a thing. In 1930s America, people would dance non-stop for hours, so much, in fact that it became a phenomenon. Arthur Pita explores this fad, in this new dance-theatre show. It looks at the different characters that took part in these record-breaking marathons of human endurance. Each performance includes up to 30 local participants. (NB This only lasts two hours.)

 

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