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Join Bolero, Red Bank’s Own Flash Mob: All ages are invited to join this large-scale flash mob. No dancing skill required.

July 9, 2012

Two River Theater and modern-dance choreographer Larry Keigwin are inviting anyone with a love of dance – even if you can’t dance – to join the large-scale flash mob Bolero Red Bank, an original choreographic event celebrating the community and set to the score of Maurice Ravel’s Bolero.

TRT and Keigwin are inviting members of the community of all ages – from 2 to 102 – to participate in the flash mob, which will perform on the Two River stage July 20 and 21. No prior dance experience is required and people of all abilities are encourage to participate in the event, according to a release. The flash mob will incorporate a cast of more than 50 people.

Head to the Two River Theater tonight, Monday, from 5 to 8 p.m. if you’re interested in showing off your moves.

From TRT:

Here’s how it works: on July 9 from 5 to 8 p.m., Larry Keigwin will meet with interested community members. Rehearsals are Monday-Friday from 5 to 9 p.m. over the next two weeks. We understand that participants have outside commitments and make every effort to accommodate the busy schedules of the cast. Through the collaborative process of creating Boléro Red Bank, Artistic Director Larry Keigwin and his company, KEIGWIN + COMPANY, will ask questions and present fun challenges for the performers to capture the unique qualities of their lives in Red Bank and Monmouth County.
Boléro Red Bank will be performed on Two River’s stage on July 20 and 21 as part of a program that will also include four pieces from KEIGWIN+COMPANY’s professional repertoire.

If you’re interested, show up tonight, or leave a message on the Bolero hotline at 732-345-1400 ext. 1815 and someone will return your call.

Check out the video above for a look at Bolero Santa Barbara

Two River Theater Company

21 Bridge Ave, Red Bank, NJ
The Two River Theatre Company is located across the street from the Galleria, a short walk from the Red Bank train station. The group is a professional theater company that produces productions year round. The theater itself is an architectural marvel and, while being very large and modern on the exterior, it is very intimate inside. The main theater holds 350 people and that have smaller, secondary theater that holds workshops and classes.

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