let’s dance!

for a small town in wyoming, jackson hole offers world renowned talent.
we are so lucky to have a program like The Dancers’ Workshop to bring in some of the top dancers from the New York City Ballet Principal to perform all in one night on our community stage.
their annual gala is on Wednesday, July 19th, and i’m beyond excited to go!
my mom will be in town, and it warms my heart to share with her one of my favorite community spots, The Center.

Bill T. Jones joins artistic director Janet Wong and his company to present the World Premier of Analogy/Ambros: The Emigrant, the final installment of the Analogy trilogy.
enjoy this gorgeous story told through beautiful dance and theater.
we are so lucky to have the world premier, right here in jackson hole!
i channeled my inner ballerina and bought the flowy-est dress and threw my hair in a ballerina’s bun, to you know, fit the part.

so here’s the sitch…tickets are available at only $45!
this includes the performance AND the after party where you can mingle with the performers with bubbly and tunes.
if you want to go all out, there is a dinner before the performance with limited tickets available, which is catered by local caterer Maho, which i’m already craving.

click the links below to get your tickets today for a chance at the best seats at this awesome price! (they are going fast!)

8PM Performance + Afterparty
6PM Dinner + Performance + Afterparty

The Dancers’ Workshop is a local non-profit that brings dance experiences to jackson hole, enriching lives through education, performance, and outreach for students and audiences of all ages (especially the young ones!).
a wonderful program that offers performances, classes, and artists in residency right smack dab in the center of town.

giving back to this community is so crucial to me.
and so is attending parties in fancy dresses.
hope you will join me!

Call The Center Box Office 307.733.4900 or purchase online.

Photos by the talented Carrie Patterson

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