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Movement Source Dance Company to Present Serendipity at Tempe Center for the Arts

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Movement Source Dance Company is closing out their season this weekend with a multimedia performance at Tempe Center for the Arts. Serendipity will feature violin accompaniment from Tobie Milford and a theatrical performance from Johnny Hotshot along with exciting new dance works from the the company.

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Movement Source Dance Company was founded in 1988, with a mission to expand the audience for dance in Arizona. By incorporating different art forms in Serendipity, the company is doing just that.

According to a press release, this weekend's performance aims to "spark intimate questions about fate, karma, and luck." Guest choreographers Carlos Jones and Angel Crissman have contributed pieces to the program.

During the Saturday matinee performance, a selection of student work will be performed along with the company program, in hopes of showcasing emerging young artists and building a sense of community.

Serendipity will be performed at Tempe Center for the Arts at 8 p.m. Friday, May 16, and 2 and 8 p.m. on Saturday, May 17. General seating is $20, with student and senior tickets available for $15. To purchase tickets, call the TCA box office at 480-350-2822.

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