America’s Got Talent finalists are making their way to Jackson Hole

Dancers’ Workshop brings FOUR OUTRAGEOUS SHOWS from the daring, awe-inspiring DIAVOLO | Architecture in Motion® to Jackson Hole next weekend (August 18 & 19). This courageous and insanely talented lot will perform at the Center for the Arts in downtown Jackson, Wyoming to kick off of their 25th-Anniversary Tour.

First here in 2007, again in 2013, and now, a decade later. This time… they are hot off the stage of NBC’s current season of “America’s Got Talent”. For television viewers, DIAVOLO survived last week’s Judge Cuts and move on to the Live Shows (that will be aired after their Jackson Hole performances)!

French-born choreographer and visionary Jacques Heim created DIAVOLO, whose name is inspired in part by the Spanish word for “day,” and the Latin word for “I fly.”

The company rapidly established its international reputation as a groundbreaking acrobatic dance company. DIAVOLO uses dance and other movements inspired by acrobatics, circus, cheerleading, architecture, and engineering (to name a few) to explore the relationship between the human body and its architectural environment.

It’s a great date night. A family-friendly activity. Or just a fun night on the town with your posse!


Stay tuned for more events that DIAVOLO will offer next week including a free open rehearsal and more!

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