Dancing to the beat of old and new

Latin American, ballroom, modern freestyle, fusion, hip hop and contemporary jazz styles all in one show . That’s what the latest theatre production from Footwork Events - ‘All Danced Out’, will bring to the stage on September 19 and 20 at the Bishop’s College auditorium.

Showcasing various dance forms on one stage, the show will be choreographed by two of Sri Lanka’s leading dance trainers, Toni Fernandez and Kevin Nugara. The production is directed by Dharshan Wijesooriya, dance trainer, championship adjudicator and organizer of the Footwork Dancesport Championships.

Toni runs Antonio’s Dance Circle, one of the leading dance schools in Sri Lanka. An accomplished dancer he has won at numerous championships both locally and internationally and is well known for his technique and immaculate dance style. A qualified dance instructor, he has been training dancers for the past 20 years.

Kevin manages El Latino, one of the leading Latin American dance schools and has represented Sri Lanka at numerous dance championships and dance festivals, winning many times. His exuberant energy and signature routines mark him out on the dance floor. The production is by Footwork Events, who have organised local and international dancesport championships over the past 15 years.

Tickets priced at Rs. 1500, 1250, 1000, 750 and 500 and will be available at Bishops College Auditorium and Lanka Hands, 135, Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Colombo 4. (adjoining HSBC). For more information call 0717 777111. The media sponsors for the event are the Sunday Times, Daily Mirror and ART TV.

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