Tap dancers in the audience are invited to perform "The Shim Sham" on stage following the performance, so bring your tap shoes!
Burlesque, Circus, Comedy, Magic …. and a few home truths. British actress Cat LaCohie reveals the truth behind her Burlesque persona, ‘Vixen DeVille’… inviting you on the journey to revealing YOUR inner Vixen. Embrace the freedom to express yourself, BE yourself, CELEBRATE yourself, the GOOD, the BAD and THE WOBBLY!! Guaranteed to leave you entertained and Inspired.
Generations is a dancing journey about the things that move us, the stories that define us, and the steps that connect us from past to present. These are our voices and our stories told through the generations.
Dance Kaleidoscope dancers have choreographed a new, original piece expressing America’s values such as freedom, choice and courage. Watch these themes come to life through empowering movements and music of hope.
Let our artists take you beyond the edge of the traditional. This eclectic and original program will include works in both classical and contemporary ballet. Choreography by Indianapolis Ballet Artistic Director Victoria Lyras, Roberta Wong, and Paul Vitali.
50 years ago, Chris Parsons served as a combat photographer in Vietnam. Combining his pictures with original music and dance, trombonist C. Neil Parsons (Fruit Flies Like a Banana) recounts tales of danger, resilience, and the thousand natural shocks that flesh is heir to.
From the award-winning creators of "Fruit Flies Like a Banana" come tales of youth and consequences. Inspired by our discarded mementos, this musical reverie revisits fairy tales, childhood games, and the secret life of toys. FIVE STARS - CBC & Winnipeg Free Press. “So beautiful you might get a little verklempt.”
The Circle City Tap Company presents "Taps on the Town," a showcase of new choreography! Get the chance to hear from each choreographer and learn a little bit more about the inspiration behind each piece and then ask the cast and choreographers questions about the choreography in a short talkback after the show
For the past 10 years, Kenyettȧ Dance Company has used movement and a stage to discuss local, even world events. Through their bodies, its dancers have engaged audiences in conversations about racism, domestic violence, infidelity, homelessness, bullying and promiscuity.
Join KDC and our special featured guest artists and collaborators for this “unlike any other” presentation.
Built for This
Circle City Tap Company presents their 6-year anniversary concert “Built for This.” Performing works that span from the beginning to the present, this show is a family-friendly exploration of their past showcasing the variety of styles that CCTC has tackled over the years. Featuring a variety of special guests!
The show is Sunday, November 18th.
Two shows, one at 3:00 PM, one at 7:00 PM.
The show will be two hours with a 15-minute intermission.
For group bookings phone 317 522 8099