The Moss Arts Center presents performances of BANDALOOP on Friday, Sept. 17, at 5 and 6 p.m., and Saturday, Sept. 18, at 1 and 2 p.m.
The side of the center will be transformed into a dance floor for a series of free outdoor performances by these wonder-inspiring performers who use dynamic physicality and intricate choreography to re-imagine dance and activate public spaces.
Performances will take place on the eastern facing exterior wall of the Moss Arts Center. Best viewed from the lawn between the center and Main Street, visitors are encouraged to bring chairs and blankets for an even more comfortable viewing experience. Masks are welcomed.
Each performance lasts approximately 15 minutes. In the event of inclement weather, check the Moss Arts Center website.
“After two years of planning, we’re thrilled to celebrate our new season’s theme, ‘gathering,’ with dancers who literally gather momentum joyously and without boundaries,” said Margaret Lawrence, Moss Arts Center’s director of programming.
BANDALOOP uses climbing technology to expand and challenge what is possible. Founded by Amelia Rudolph and under the artistic direction of Melecio Estrella, the company fuels the imagination of people across the globe, having performed live for millions of people in over 20 countries as well as on screens in films and digital media.
BANDALOOP has performed on architectural landmarks and skyscrapers around the world, including sites in Brazil, Korea, South Africa, Italy, Portugal, Muscat, and Oman. The company has completed tours of China, Mexico, and India sponsored by the U.S. State Department, which included performances on the
The video “Waltz on the Walls of City Hall,” which features BANDALOOP performers dancing on the walls of Oakland, California’s city hall building, has received millions of views on YouTube.