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contact: Connections Dance Theater
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(609) 895-2981

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Liliana Attar, a professional Argentinean teacher, dancer, actress and storyteller, will carry your students into a magical and unforgettable world of arts, culture and enjoyment!

 

Liliana creates her wonderful and interactive performances by combining storytelling, dance, drama and music in a very unique manner. She uses her good sense of humor, creativity and liveliness to transport students and teachers in a cultural journey where they are the actual performers along with Liliana.

 

This program has been carefully crafted to enrich every school curriculum. Each performance is conducted in Spanish and gives students and teachers the opportunity to explore, appreciate, and acknowledge Latin America’s Language, arts and culture by performing.

 

For k-8 grade

 

Program is 45 minute long

 

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Saturday, March 6th, 8 pm and Sunday, March 7th, 3 pm

Princeton University's Hamilton Murray Theater 

"Behind the Walls"

The two women performce, which uses modern dance, dace theater and drama, to create a humorous, satiric,moving and very dynamic performance, is a collaboration between Connections Dance theater Artistic Director and Choreographer, Liliana Attar, Kinetic theater Artistic Director and Actress, Samar El-Zein Hamati, Playwriter, Sonya Aronowitz and Plastic Artist Amineh Mahallati

 "Walls speak to us of division and separation, of protection and security, of war and peace "Our vision is to expose some of the cracks in those walls and to challenge the audience to find ways to climb up and over the walls in all of our lives." 

The creation of the new work has been supported by a grant from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation.

Tickets cost general public $15 and Students- seniors $10

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