Your ticket to life-enriching art and Cuban culture

JACKSON, WY – Dancers’ Workshop’s upcoming gala is your ticket to supporting dance and access to life-enriching art. Starting at only $50, you can get to know the eleven dancers of the mesmerizing Cuban contemporary company, on and off the stage!

Malpaso Dance Company returns for the Dancers’ Workshop Gala Benefit on Thursday, July 18 plus a full week of more amazing events! They will be performing a work called “Indomitable Waltz” by the celebrated Canadian choreographer, Aszure Barton, who was in process with Malpaso in the DW studios back in March as one facet of their weeklong creative residency. Malpaso will also be performing a work by Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin, the house choreographer of Batsheva Dance Company, whose recent Jackson performance created quite the buzz (“Tabula Rasa” to be performed at the gala is kid-friendly.).

Come see what makes Dancers’ Workshop such a unique haven for creativity and reciprocal inspiration. The Gala Benefit is a celebration of people and performers, both big and small. Students of the School at Dancers’ Workshop perform on the lawn during the opening reception, and Dancers’ Workshop instructors, the innovative Contemporary Dance Wyoming, open for Malpaso Dance Company.

There are two ticket options for the gala! First, to the full celebration include an opening cocktail reception, dinner by Maho Catering, orchestra seats for a spectacular performance and a contribution to Dancers’ Workshop! Second, for only $50, the performance and an after-party with live salsa band Sin Miedo. Join the festivities and nourish your soul with a phenomenal performance, then take to the dance floor yourself to close the eve!

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