Saturday, November 5, 2016
12:00-12:20pm – Desert Dance Theatre/Step’s Junk Funk/Crossroads Performance Group (modern dance/dance theater)
12:30-12:50pm – Ballet Arizona (ballet/dance)
1:00-1:15pm – Arizona School for the Arts Dance Department (modern dance)
1:25-1:45pm – Ballet Etudes (ballet/contemporary)
2:00-2:20pm – AZDance Group (contemporary ballet and Jazz)
2:40-3:00pm – Center Dance Ensemble (modern dance)
3:10-3:30pm – Kamalah Tribal (American tribal style belly dance)
3:40-4:00pm – Flamenco Por La Vida
4:10-4:30pm – GCU Ethington Dance Ensemble
4:40-5:00pm – The Dance Shoppe (variety)
12:15-12:35pm – Spotlight Youth Theatre (Broadway style glee group)
12:50-1:10pm – The Torch Theatre (Improv)
1:30-1:50pm – Madcap Opera (spoof opera)
2:05-2:25pm – Annie Moscow/T.A.P. (mini cabaret)
2:45-3:05pm – Harmony Project Phoenix (youth mariachi ensemble)
3:30-3:40pm – Fushicho Daiko (Japanese Taiko Drumming)
4:00-4:20pm – Phoenix Conservatory of Music (contemporary music)
4:35-4:55pm – The Torch Theatre (Improv)
11:30am -1:00pm – Second Story Jazz Trio
1:10-1:30pm – Indio American Cultural Connect (dance)
1:40-3:00pm – Rhythm Edition
3:10-3:30pm – Katharine Leigh Simpson
4:00-5:00pm – Nick Heward
Aerial silks performance by Aeroterra Arts
11:30am, 12:30pm, 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:30pm & 4:30pm
12:00-12:20pm – Indio American Cultural Connect (dance)
12:35-12:50pm – Katharine Leigh Simpson
1:00-1:30pm – Arathi Indian Dance
2:00-2:30pm – Yumi La Rose Flamenco Dance
3:00-3:30pm – Arizona School for the Arts Jazz Combo
3:45-4:15pm – Harmony Project Phoenix
THE KAX STAGE – FILM SHORTS
ASU’s School of Film, Dance & Theatre in the Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts celebrates the 10th anniversary of its Film and Media Production Degree program with a showcase of Student Capstone Films made by graduating seniors over the last three years.
11:30am, 2pm & 4:30pm
The First Generation directed by Elaine Casap
A personal journey to understand the significance of the First Generation American.
12pm & 2:30pm
Ablation directed by Edgar Hernandez
Set in a parallel world, Bruno must choose whether to let his mother Luna suffer from a dying heart or do whatever it takes to save her.
12:30pm & 3pm
Funny Man directed by Vincent Piccirilli
On the night of his 50th birthday, a washed up stand-up comedian named Ernie decided to commit suicide.
1pm & 3:30pm
Four Millimeters directed by Morgan Callahan
Four Millimeters follows Emily, a competitive figure skater, as she makes a life changing decision between her skating career and her unexpected pregnancy.
1:30pm & 4pm
God Only Knows directed by Lucy Owens
When religious good-girl Grace becomes frustrated with her faith, she takes a hallucinogenic drug in a desperate attempt to communicate directly with God.
BOB’S SPOT GALLERY LOUNGE
1:00-3:00pm – Music by Doug Barnett
CHILDREN’S ACTIVITY AREA
• Children’s Museum of Phoenix – make moving fish and bead bracelets
• i.d.e.a. Museum – craft activity related to Dog Exhibit
• The Bergamot Institute – open air painting (with easels, acrylic and tempera paint).
• Free Arts for Abused Children – create paper plate masks
• Usborne Books and More – create muddle and match books
• Fennemore Craig Foundation – face painting!