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Play by Miral Kotb, Athena Sunga
Directed by Miral Kotb
Music by Justin Keitt, Christopher Tignor
Music Direction by Matt Stine, Consulting Director West Hyler
Fight Direction by Rick Sordelet, Christian Kelly-Sordelet
Light Design by Miral Kotb, Jordan Monson
Costume Design by John Nelson, Marcus Allan Cobb, Grace Eddy, Sarita Fellows, Tara Weber
Choreography by Dario Mejia, John Nelson, Trevor Harrison, Robert Vail, Marcus Allan Cobb, Lisa Bauford, Miral Kotb
Production Coordinators Natasha Martinez, Nicole Nichols
Production Stage Manager/ Tour Manager Jorge Lucero
Technicians Tim Dorey, Ben Quiles
Wardrobe Director Aya Shimizu
Tour Marketing Manager Tim Dorey
Tour Marketing Associate Johnny Tarajosu
Daniel Amoros, Lisa Bauford, Matthew Dobbins, Daphne Driscoll, Lucia Joyce, Bryan Longchamp, Timara Melchor, Simon Mendoza, and Charles Way.
“Spectacular, magical and dazzling!” – The New York Times
“Eye-Popping Spectacle! Iluminate lights up your life!” – Time Out New York
“An amazing show for the entire family! A fun show for all ages. Energizing! Powerful! Highly recommended for a unique NYC experience!” – Macaroni Kid
Come with us on an action filled journey of light and sound as we join a clique of 20- somethings who thrive to the beat of life in a city of glowing colors and heart-pounding musical tempos.
Music, art, and the technological magic of iLuminate bring you a story of adventure and romance conveyed by an array of dance styles from contemporary to pop to break dancing expressed through a glowing visual design to popular and classic music by artists such as Michael Jackson, Bruno Mars, James Brown, Janet Jackson, Chris Brown, LMFAO, The Wanted, and Sam Smith.
Saturday, September 15 at 7:30pm performance includes an intermission.
Sunday, September 16 at 4pm performance performed without an intermission.
$20 children tickets available for children 12 and under and must be purchased with an adult ticket.
This season’s dance series is sponsored by SHS Foundation.
Photo credit: Charles Sykes