NewsArts & CulturePerforming Arts / April 2, 2014

Dance Kaleidoscope, IMA Reach Out To Indianapolis Opera Subscribers

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Dance Kaleidoscope, IMA Reach Out To Indianapolis Opera Subscribers

Dance Kaleidoscope, in association with the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA), has made an offer to ticket holders of Indianapolis Opera’s cancelled performances of "Albert Herring."

They may exchange their tickets for "DK@IMA: Picture This," a coproduction at the IMA’s Tobias Theater, May 1-4.

"DK@IMA: Picture This" is a multi-layered experience.  DK’s performance has two dance pieces, each inspired by paintings hanging in the Noyes Suite of American Art Galleries. DK’s "Heart of Joy" was inspired by the painting "Jimson Weed" by Georgia O’Keefe and the dance piece "Girl at the Piano: Recording Sound" was inspired by the painting of the same name by artist Theodore Roszak.

The IMA has extended museum and café hours during DKs performances, allowing patrons to view the paintings in the American galleries, enjoy a pre-performance glass of wine and then to go downstairs to the Tobias Theater and see how David Hochoy interpreted the works.

Indianapolis Opera ticket holders who wish to exchange for "DK@IMA: Picture This" should contact the IMA ticket office at (317) 955-2339 or email tcocagne@imamuseum.org. They will be asked to bring their "Albert Herring" tickets to the IMA will call desk on the night of the performance.

For more information about Dance Kaleidoscope and "DK@IMA: Picture This," visit dancekal.org.

 

 

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