Local Artists Collaborate For 4th Annual “Behind The Barre”

By Chris Narloch

Summer has officially returned to Sacramento with the announcement that the Crest Theatre will host the fourth annual production of “Behind the Barre: Made in Sacramento,” this August.

“Behind the Barre” is a celebration of Sacramento’s diverse, vibrant and thriving art scene, courtesy of Capital Dance Project (CDP).

The independent collective, which is comprised of professional ballet dancers from all over the world who met while dancing for the Sacramento Ballet, will present an innovative dance, art, tech and live music performance featuring all Sacramento based choreographers, artists and musicians.

“Behind the Barre: Made in Sacramento” will perform on Friday, August 10th and Saturday, August 11th at 7:30 p.m.

CDP also has developed a modified version of “Behind the Barre,” entitled “A Sensory-Friendly Dance Performance,” designed specifically for individuals with autism or special needs to enjoy a live dance performance in a comfortable, welcoming and inclusive theater environment.

“A Sensory-Friendly Dance Performance” will take place one week after “Behind the Barre,” on Saturday, August 18th at 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. at the Crocker Art Museum.

Ticket information is available here: https://www.capitaldanceproject.org/tickets.html.

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