Photos by Natasha Serrao Meduri
Wishing all a mighty fine 2015 filled with lots of moving and grooving, happy times and positivity! So pumped about what’s in store for LKD this year. Thanks for the tremendous amount of NC love and support. See YOU March 20th and 21st for the debut of LKD’s second evening-length production “Ladle Weiss” at the Asheville Masonic Temple.
Charlie Hodge, proprietor of Sovereign Remedies, is hosting Pro-Motion: A Fundraiser for Lindsey Kelley Dance on November 19th, 9:00-10:30 pm. Lindsey Kelley Dance, a professional modern dance company based in Asheville, will be performing various original works throughout the evening. A portion of food and drink sales will be donated to the company by Sovereign Remedies, plus $5.00 raffle tickets will be sold for a chance to win local charcuterie by Hooves on Hams, Santosha Chocolates,, two VIP tickets to LKD’s evening-length production this March and much more. Donations raised will help fund LKD’s second evening-length performance March 20th-21st, 2015 at the Asheville Masonic Temple Dining Hall.
What Pro-Motion: a Fundraiser for Lindsey Kelley Dance
When Wednesday, November 19th 9:00-10:30 pm
Where Sovereign Remedies, 29 Market Street in Downtown Asheville
For more info, please email email@example.com,
find us and Sovereign Remedies on Facebook, or visit lindseykelleydance.com
Lindsey Kelley Dance is debuting their evening-length production, Legend of the Shim Sham, in less than one month! Dances featured include Coupe, reel to real (take two), Drift without Dwelling, PLUS a new series of solos and duets inspired by no other than…the Shim Sham. May 9-10, 8 pm, Masonic Temple Dining Hall. $12/ buy tix online, at the door, or from one of the LKD ladies
It’s coming… Lindsey Kelley Dance will be performing twice throughout the evening, 8:30pm and 10:00pm, in the Gymnasium. Don’t miss the remake of reel to real, which first premiered in 2011 with the Asheville Ballet at the Diana Wortham Theater . This festival is always a special one: all that Black Mountain College history… whoa!
Also, check out this article from yesterday’s Asheville Citizen Times: