An Ode To Marlin [Dance]

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An Ode To Marlin   [Dance]
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The Pocket Theater says
[Performances at the Pocket are $10 online and $14 at the door. Online sales close 2pm day of show.]

This show is a Detroiters trial and error Journey to appreciate Seattle’s Dance Scene

Saturday, September 24th @ 7:00pm
Sunday, September 25th @ 4:00pm



Show Description - Are you familiar with the movie “Finding Nemo?” The 2003 Disney movie about a clown fish who loses his son and becomes friends with a fish named Dory, who suffers from short term memory loss? Yeah that clown fish’s name was Marlin. This show has nothing to do with fish at all, but I did consider Marlin’s thought process when he realized Dory was his only hope at finding a piece of himself. In this original piece you will be transported in time and space back to 2008 Detroit, MI. Please keep your hands and feet inside the theater at all times as we progress through to the present during this variety dance show. When it is all said and danced you will have a little more insight into how Marlin learned to love Dory while finding Nemo. The stories are practically parallel.

Featuring - Choreographer/Dancer: Noelle Price
Dancers: Kelli Carnes, Margaret Hotckiss, Leah Jones, Racine Lemons

Producer bio - PRICEarts Inc. is an arts organization originally started in Kalamazoo MI. Our Mission is to empower communities to find freedom in art. Although we are a new organization we have been successful in impacting the Kalamazoo arts community by curating an annual event called Art for Change™. This event provides a platform for visual and performing artist to inspire social change. As a result of this event we are able to provide a scholarship to college students in need of financial assistance. We celebrated our second award ceremony for the Black Arts & Cultural Center’s Art for Change Scholarship in July of this year. PRICEarts is true in form, to art, it is a movable entity willing and able to shift throughout the country reminding others of the freedom art holds. We are currently in Seattle and hope to travel more in the future.
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By: The Pocket Theater

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