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With The Bipeds, You Won’t Have to Choose Between Dance Show and Concert. It’s Both.

Posted by on Fri, Mar 9, 2018 at 4:25 PM

click to enlarge The Bipeds - PHOTO COURTESY OF ALEX MANESS / JIM HOVERCRAFT
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THE BIPEDS SEASON LAUNCH PARTY
SATURDAY, MARCH 10
SHADOWBOX STUDIO, DURHAM
7 p.m., $20 suggested donation
www.facebook.com/thebipedsdance

Dance show or concert? Dance show or concert? On any given weekend in the Triangle, this dilemma is apt to present itself to those with a diverse interest in the arts. But with The Bipeds, you don't have to choose. Stacey Wolfson's dance company combines with Curtis Eller's banjo playing in a kinetic crucible where the movement becomes like music and the musician really moves. The company's 2018 season launch party and fundraiser at Shadowbox Studio will feature cocktails, live music, T-shirt screen printing, and the premiere of a Bipeds film by Shadowbox proprietors and filmmakers-about-town Alex Maness and Jim Hovercraft.

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