Featuring Abraham’s visceral choreography and intimate movement tinged with vulnerability, Dearest Home features mainly solos and duets “generated in conversation and collaboration with people of many ages and subcultures.” Think dance meets demographics. It’s meant to spur cross-cultural conversations and community action. It’s coming to ASU Gammage, 1200 South Forest Avenue in Tempe, at 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 1. Tickets are $20. There’s even an after-party with the artists at the Graduate Tempe hotel, 225 East Apache Boulevard, although space is limited. Get tickets and after party details at asugammage.com.
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