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DANCE EVENTS – SEPTEMBER 25 – 27th
  
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THE HISTORY HOUSE by Niurca Marquez
September 25 & 26th at 7:30 pm
Mainstage Theatre, Ybor City Campus - $10 General Admission, Free to HCC Faculty Staff and StudentsDancer and choreographer Niurca Márquez brings us The History House, – a production that pushes the limits of dance and flamenco aesthetics into an experimental space that shatters stereotypes and takes us on a journey of cultural memory and how it is passed from one generation to the next. In this new work, she mixes tradition and vanguard with a contemporary sensibility creating a unique sound and visual experience.  
THE ART OF CREATING A BRIEF PERFORMANCE by José Manuel Domínguez
September 27th from 10:00am – 12:00 pm
Mainstage Theatre, Ybor City Campus  -  Free and open to the general public
Movers of all abilities will join together to use creative movement techniques, voice, musical instruments and sound to create short pieces.  This workshop is part of the Wanderers Series of the Miami based organization Antiheroes Project.  

COMMUNITY DANCE PERFORMANCE
September 27th  at 1:00 pm
Mainstage Theatre, Ybor City Campus  -  Free and open to the general public
 
The informal performance will feature Antiheroes Project performing an excerpt of Nomadis, with the participation of Fernando Goicochea, Sergio Mora and José Manuel Domínguez,   REVolutions Dance, HCC Dance and an excerpt from The History House, Niurca Marquez.   Supertitles in English and Spanish languages will be provided with the assistance of the Antiheroes ADA Coordinator Maria A. Franco.   
COMMUNITY CONVERSATION ABOUT HISPANIC CULTURE with Niurca Marquez
September 27th from 3:30 – 5:00 pm
HCC Ybor City Campus, Mainstage Theatre  -  Free and open to the general public
 
We invite you to participate in a community conversation about how Hispanic cultural traditions and memories are passed down from one generation to the next.  The interactive conversation will generate choreographic material for a new dance work that will be created with the HCC Dance Program by Niurca Marquez.   
“The stories and traditions passed on to us by our grandmothers are infused with the essence of generations, which leaves behind a genetic imprint that links us to where we come from. In the my work, I’ve delve into that imprint and have created a language using bits and pieces of what I found…after all, there is nothing more symbolic than our customs,” states Marquez.