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Project Moves is coming back to Medfield with a free performance on Tuesday, April 12 at 7 p.m. at the Medfield High auditorium.
Thanks to a funding grant from the Medfield Coalition for Public Education (MCPE), the dynamic dance troupe based at the Gold School in Brockton is bringing its message of acceptance and inclusion with its latest production, “Symphony,” to Medfield.
The last performance in 2012 was presented to a capacity crowd. Students and parents alike were moved and inspired by the multi-media dance numbers and upbeat music and message.
“We are thrilled to bring Project Moves back to Blake for another performance,” said Kelly Campbell, assistant principal at Blake Middle School. “If you missed the sold out show four years ago, here is a chance to be part of this impactful experience.”
“We are thrilled to be able to offer a whole new group of students and their families a new and wonderful multi-media performance that will entertain, inspire and promote dialog around the issues of inclusion, racial and religious diversity, and acceptance of those who may be different than you.”
A show for the times, “Symphony” illustrates through dance and music that by widening the circle of compassion to embrace all, even the weak become strong when all are united as one. A cast of more than 60 pre-professional dancers along with a team of extraordinary choreographers and directors will send hearts sailing with optimism.
Campbell added, “The entire performance consists of student performers who actually come out and take questions from the audience at the end which makes this experience even more moving.”
Tickets are free and can be reserved in advance at www.projectmovesmedfield.brown papertickets.com. One hundred and fifty additional tickets will be reserved for distribution at the door on a first come, first serve basis.
For more information about Project Moves and its mission, visit www.projectmoves.org.