Celebrate the premier of Open Arms Dance Project's performance of THREADS. Through the course of this evening, you will enjoy award-winning dance films and live performances - all embodiments of our formidable journeys over the past two years. Open Arms dancers are between the ages of 7 and 76, with and without disabilities, performing honest, uniquely crafted, joyful movement. This evening of dance will help hearts heal and provide a reason to feel hopeful.
During the show there will be live performances by Open Arms Dance Project and special guests, the Afrosonics. Additional original music from local musicians and internationally known disabled composer Molly Joyce will be featured. Open Arms Dance Project will also share their two award-winning dance films, and, most notably, premier a mini documentary of the Upstanders with Open Arms anti-bullying project. This mini documentary will introduce the Boise community to the important partnership between the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights and Open Arms Dance Project.
Masks are recommended inside the Morrison Center.
Additional Ticket Information
Discounted tickets available in P2/P3 (Floor Rows H-Z) for seniors, students, military and ADA guests.