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Celebrate the Art of Relationships through Dance

Dance Orlando

The Center for Contemporary Dance presents its annual summer concert, Making Connections, at 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 8 at Trinity Preparatory School.

Photo by Kieshalia Stephens

Making Connections is a showcase of contemporary dance works, choreographed by an award-winning faculty, that celebrate the soulful, nuanced and sometimes profoundly complicated manner in which we interrelate and seek to feel connected. The concert works tell a diverse range of stories inspired by the simplicity of childhood to the challenges of cultivating intimacy in an ever-evolving digital world.

“Using the beauty of contemporary dance as a vehicle for penning the moments of our lives, Making Connections is really about the art of relationships,” says Executive Director Craig W. Johnson. “Audiences of all ages and backgrounds can identify with the stories presented in the performance–it’s a celebration of the universal experiences that bind us to a collective humanity and make us who…

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