A-WOL Dance Collective Aerial Without Limits Presents ART in the DARK : Frost + Fur @ Mary S. Young Park | Outdoor Aerial Dance in the Trees

From our sponsors:
ART in the DARK : Frost + Fur
July 26-28, August 1-4, 2019
Seating opens at 7:30 PM for concessions; Shows 8:45 p | $18-31  | All Ages
More info: awoldance.org

Located Under the Trees at Mary S Young Park, West Linn, OR
On Hwy 43 (two miles north of I-205, Exit 8 or 2 miles south of Marylhurst University)

Portland based A-WOL Dance Collective : Aerial without Limits, is excited to announce the 15th annual ART in the DARK, ‘Snow Leopard’ showcasing local aerial artists under the stars, suspended from old growth trees featuring original music composed and performed by musician Chet Lyster.

The solitary Snow Leopard is known as the ghost of the mountain, elusively living on the edge of existence. Other inhabitants of the mountain seek and search, questing for the beautiful and mysterious creature that could be hiding, hunting or swirling in the shadows of the forest. The Snow Leopard lurks, waiting, watching without being seen. Musician Chet Lyster brings his original soundtrack to life on the stage, blending the mysterious sounds of traditional and electronic instruments. Presented in tandem with an original, full-length performance by A-WOL Dance Collective.

A-WOL’s ART in the DARK annual performance is an interactive, family-friendly, illuminated production (run time 1 hour thirty minutes) with intimate, in-the-round theater-style seating. A transformation of a forested dirt park plot into a performance venue represents the relationship between art and nature best witnessed in the Pacific Northwest. Come see why A-WOL has grabbed the attention of thousands of performance art enthusiasts!

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