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Martha Graham Center Of Contemporary Dance Presents Maxine Steinman's SAY IT WITH FLOWERS, 12/15 - 12/16

November 30
3:37 2012

Martha Graham Center Of Contemporary Dance Presents Maxine Steinman's SAY IT WITH FLOWERS, 12/15 - 12/16

Maxine Steinman and dancers at the Martha Graham Center Of Contemporary Dance will present SAY IT WITH FLOWERS with performances on Saturday, December 15th at 8 pm and on Sunday, December 16th at 3 pm. 

The performance features Dancers: Adrianne Chu, Marielis Garcia, Tomomi Imai, Val Loukiano, Columbine Macher, Dagmar Spain, Maxine Steinman, Mark Taylor. Also, it features music from DrEd Scott, Jordan Chiolis, Mina, Ray Anthony, Azimuth, Renato Carosone.

SAY IT WITH FLOWERS has Set Design by Alfredo Cardenas, Maxine Steinman, Costumes: Elena Comendador, Maxine Steinman, Lighting Designer: Isabella Byrd, and Stage Manager: Tsubasa Kamei.

The Graham Theater at Westbeth is located at 55 Bethune Street, 11th floor, New York, NY 10014, and may be reached at 212-229-9200.

For more information and reservations please email maxinesteinmanflowers@gmail.com. For tickets please visit www.smarttix.com and call 212-868-4444. Tickets are priced at $20, $15 for students/seniors/dancers; Discount Codes for $15 Tickets STUDENT DANCER SENIOR.

Photo Credit: Julie Lemberger; Postcard Design: William Fischer

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