December 10th premeire of Fractured Realm!

December 1, 2011


Kelley Donovan & Dancers “Fractured Realm” a dancework about transformation
with Guest Choreographer James Koroni

Saturday, December 10th at 8:00pm
One night only!!

PMT House of Dance, 69 W. 14th St. 3rd floor for directions

Performers: Kelley Donovan & Dancers: Amy Larson, Chizuru Tanaka, Jaclyn Fauci, Bud Burdick, Grace Lerner, Jordan Gehley, Kristen Klein, Sylvana Tapia, Christina Chelette, Justina Gaddy, Maya Kite, Caroline Carbo, Caroline Yost

$20 General Admission, $12 for Student/Seniors
to order tix go to:
(if you cannot attend but would like to support the cause, feel free to purchase a ticket)

Contact: or Call (617) 388-3247 for info.

Here is a photo taken before our last show!

Lastly I finally got to see a show at BAM!  I thought it was great, but folks kept walking out all during the show, which I found amazing since it was an incredible piece, sometime people are intimidated by not understanding dance on a cerebral level, I just enjoy the visceral experience, here is a review:</object>



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