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Esperanza participates in Tucson Fringe Festival

Esperanza Dance Project is so excited to participate in the 2020 Tucson Fringe Festival!

Photograph by Larry Hanelin

Happy New Year!

We at Esperanza Dance Project wish you all a healthy, happy and peaceful 2020. Please come see us when we perform at Tucson Fringe Festival on January 10, 11 & 12, 2020 in the Cabaret Theater at the Temple of Music & Art...we are SO excited to be a part of this amazing festival! We are also asking that if you have not yet made your Tax Credit Donations for 2019 you will consider making a donation to help us continue to spread our message of hope to young survivors of sexual violence who very often feel alone.

Together we can be the change we wish to see in the world...

Just click here to DONATE! Please share this post with all your friends and families 💜💜💜

*photo by Larry Hanelin


Esperanza Dance Project is so excited to participate in the upcoming 2020 Tucson Fringe Festival!


The Festival will be January 9th through the 12th, at a variety of local venues. Check out all the details at www.tucsonfringe.org.

Esperanza Dance Project will be performing at The Temple of Music and Art Cabaret Theater located at 330 S. Scott Avenue. Performace times will be Friday 9pm, Saturday 4:30pm, and Sunday 4:30pm.

ABOUT THE SHOW: Taking its name from the Spanish word for “hope,” the Esperanza Dance Project is a one-of-a-kind, community-based collaboration that spreads awareness and educates about childhood sexual abuse and sexual violence through dance, music and narrative with a powerful performance created for youth and performed by youth. Esperanza Dance Project was started in January 2011, by choreographer, artistic director and mother of a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, Beth Braun. Esperanza performs in high schools, colleges, universities, at community events and conferences. Now, beginning its ninth season, EDP continues to touch the lives of thousands and deliver a message of hope for healing, strength and empowerment. Have you seen the lineup yet?! 5+ Venues... Many talented artists... What a wonderful way to begin 2020! See it all at http://www.tucsonfringe.org 22 shows being performed over 50 times during Friday evening and all of Saturday and Sunday! See http://ow.ly/ETwG50xwO3m for the full schedule.



Photograph by Larry Hanelin


Tickets and passes for the 2020 Tucson Fringe Festival are available online at tucsonfringe.org store. As always, tickets are only $10 each for every show in the festival.

All ticket proceeds go directly to the artists, so help support the Esperanza Dance Project by attending a performance!


See one show, see two, see them all! Each show is an hour-long, so that you can see more than one show in a night. Grab tickets to the early show, go to dinner, then see another!

tucsonfringe.org



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