| Danceworks Studio Theatre |
| 1661 N. Water Street |
| Milwaukee |
Ava Lemke presents…
Dancers Against Substance Abuse Fundraiser
Saturday, May 5, 5:30pm & 7:30pm
Tickets: $20 General Admission
The overdose epidemic in Milwaukee is increasing in severity daily. To educate our community about the dangers of alcohol and drug abuse, dancers from around the community will come together to SHED LIGHT ON ADDICTION. Representatives from SALS Recovery Houses and Meta House will share their stories and performers will seek to further educate with thought-provoking movement.
All proceeds will benefit SALS Recovery Houses and Meta House to continue spreading support and awareness throughout Milwaukee.
Lake Arts Project and Feast of Crispian present…
Moving Beyond the Battlefield
Saturday, May 12, 7:30pm
Sunday, May 13, 1:30pm & 4:30pm
Tickets: $15 General Admission | FREE for Military Veterans
Lake Arts Project, directed by Karl von Rabenau and Jennifer Miller, is thrilled to be teaming up with Feast of Crispian, another local non-profit that works with Military Veterans led by Jim Tasse, Nancy Watson, and Bill Watson, for its 5th annual arts collaboration.
Our high school writers, visual artists, and musicians spent time listening to and sharing stories with local Veterans. The result of this powerful time spent together are inspired works of art: with writing, visual art, and music that in turn inform dances created by professional choreographers and performed live by Veterans and artists, both amateur and professional.
Questions? Visit our FAQ page or contact Danceworks Box Office at 414.277.8480 x6025.
Interested in producing your own show at the Danceworks Studio Theatre? Contact Kim Johnson, Senior Director of Programs, via email or at 414.277.8480 x6018.
These projects are supported in part by a Danceworks Space Grant. The Danceworks DanceLAB continues its mission to support local artists by offering Space Grants for independent choreographers who would like to produce their own shows in the Danceworks Studio Theatre, or develop their own new work.