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July 24 2018

BYU-Idaho Dance Alliance – Dreams to Discover

community involvement with NTYC.

 

DATE AND TIME

Tue, July 24, 2018

7:30 PM – 9:30 PM CDT

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LOCATION

Sherman Kidd-Key Auditorium

400 North Elm Street

Sherman, TX 75090

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REFUND POLICY

Refunds up to 7 days before event

 

DESCRIPTION

Share an evening with the Brigham Young University-Idaho Dance Alliance

You are invited to come and enjoy the BYU-Idaho Dance Alliance!

These exceptional dancers will be performing in Sherman as part of a multi-week tour of the Southern United States. Since it’s creation over 40 years ago, this talented group has performed around the world including performances across Europe, as well as North, Central and South America.

Dance Alliance will present “Dreams to Discover” – a program of music and dance reflecting the universal themes of hope and faith. Full of vibrant energy and featuring a wide range of dance styles including Jazz, Ballroom, Ballet, World and Contemporary, the BYU-Idaho Dance Alliance promises to be a memorable and family friendly experience.

This is a benefit performance. All proceeds will be donated to North Texas Youth Connection, a Sherman Area non-profit organization that provides shelter and services to at-risk teens. Learn more at www.ntxyouthconnection.org.

All tickets are General Admission. Group discounts are available. A limited number of discount tickets are available with a donation of a new or lightly used children’s book that will be donated to the Celina Texas Public Library.

 

 

 

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