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This Week Houstonians have two outstanding opportunities to experience lots of electrifying dance.
Dance is a basic human art. It affirms the essence of movement to the body.
In Houston, there is always plenty of dance performances for the fans and artist gifted with the skills to merge their body to musical sounds.
The dancers from Travesty have created dance to inspire, enlighten, and entertain us in a new educational performance titled Framing Dance.
You can catch it at Hobby Center for the Arts, Zilkha Hall.
Ailey's Houston Connection
The other dance event happening this week in Houston let's the power of Ailey explodes in beauty, spirit, hope and passion on stage in their latest production.
Houston should come out to see this physical feast and welcome home Ailey dance member, Marcus Jarrell Willis.
Willis honed his boogie shoes in Houston at the Johnston Performing Arts Middle School, HSPVA and also performed with Dominic Walsh Dance Theater.
Performing live on stage with the dancers, the Grammy Award-winning female a cappella ensemble. Their soulful harmonies will enlighten the intricate rhythms of Hope Boykin’s powerful choreography.
"Lunacy" Robotics Competition In Houston
The FIRST Robotics Competition is an annual competition that helps students discover the rewards and excitement of science, engineering, and technology. The “Lunacy” game, pits robots teams against each other to pick up 9" game balls and score them in trailers hitched to their opponents’ robots for points during a 2 minute and 15 second match.
Head downtown Houston to the GRB Convention center (Thursday thru Sat) for this exciting, multinational competition. The event pairs professionals and young people to solve an engineering design problem in an intense and competitive way.