6th Annual Comedy in Dance Festival

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Featuring more than 30 acts of rib-tickling choreography, Triskelion Arts returns for its sixth year. If aliens took aerobics and monsters played Bop It, their movements may look something like the improvisations of the Little Streams in their new piece, Dance Theft Auto. Soloist Billy Shultz performs a Crocodile Hunter–inspired routine, embarking through jungles to Jamaica—all in his mind—while choreographer Paula Higa narrates a typical encounter of two women caught wearing the same dress at a social event.
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