The 1932 Criterion Theatre Presents Nimbus Dance Works
Bar Harbor—On Saturday, August 4th at 8 p.m. The 1932 Criterion Theatre will present Nimbus Dance Works: Depth of Experience for an evening of dance and connectivity sponsored by Destination Health.
Nimbus Dance Works focuses on the intersection between professional dance and innovative ways of involving communities and audiences. Nimbus presents performances and programs to diverse audiences across the nation, and is known for creating structured and musical dances that evoke a deep-rooted emotional connection. Entering the company’s 13th season, Nimbus is led by founding Artistic Director Samuel Pott, acclaimed choreographer and former principal dancer of the Martha Graham Dance Company.
Named among “best dance performances of 2016” by the Huffington Post, Nimbus Dance Works makes the company’s premiere at the Criterion with an eclectic mix of repertory including Cuban-born choreographer Pedro Ruiz’s Danzon and a new work by Artistic Director Samuel Pott. Plus: they are joined by Mount Desert Island’s Motion Collective in one of Nimbus’ signature works, Memo, which explores personal and collective memory through movement.
The Criterion will be introducing Balcony Plus Seating for this event – loge box seats with tables and a complimentary cheese platter – at $30 a seat. Standard Balcony and Front Center Orchestra seats are $25. Seats in the General Orchestra are $18 or $12 for students. Tickets go on sale for members on 5/12 and for the general public on 5/13 at criteriontheatre.org.
The 1932 Criterion Theatre is Bar Harbor’s non-profit historic performing arts and movie house. For a full schedule of live events, please visit criteriontheatre.org.