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Moving Arts 2023

Presented by Moving Arts at The Gem Theater, Kansas City MO

Jul 21 - 22 2023
Moving Arts 2023

Photography by Joe Lyman | Dancer Sirui Liu

Moving Arts 2023 | July 21-22, 2023 | The Gem Theater |Get ready for an unforgettable night of dance and entertainment! For our 10th anniversary, we are bringing back some of the audience favorites and new works!

Moving Arts 2023: For our 10th anniversary, we are presenting works by four critically acclaimed choreographers. This performance will feature two innovative world premieres by choreographers Christian Denice and Gabriel Lorena. Moving Arts is also pleased to announce the return of fan favorite, Stephanie Martinez!  We can’t wait to showcase A MI LADO, her spicy, passionate, and revamped piece from Moving Arts 2018. Someone Else by Andonis Foniadakis will also highlight the evening with ... view more »


Tickets: $20-40

VIP Tickets: $100 (includes an invitation to the post-performance event with dancers and Moving Arts staff as well as a signed poster by the dancers).

Email: katie.movingarts@gmail.com

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Please visit www.movingartsco.org to stay up to date on open rehearsals and our post-performance reception. VIP tickets available for purchase. VIP tickets will guarantee you a spot at the Moving Arts after party with dancers and staff following the Saturday evening performance on July 22nd. There will be bites and drinks provided as well as a chance to mingle with the faces behind Moving Arts! Location and details to follow. In addition, you will receive a signed poster by the dancers of Moving Arts 2023. We hope to see you there!

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.


The Gem Theater

1615 E 18th St., Kansas City, MO 64108

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Street parking is available on 18th Street, Vine Street, 19th Street, Highland Avenue, and 17th Terrace.