7:30 p.m.
Allaert Auditorium, Galvin Fine Arts Center

$16 adults, $14 faculty/staff/alumni/senior citizens, $10 non-SAU students, Free for SAU students with a valid ID

Antics incorporates street dance, poetry, theater, and film into provocative and daring urban dance performances. Speaking the language of Hip-Hop, Antics tells stories using the movement vocabulary of street dance styles including: bboying/bgirling, krump dance, house dance, locking, popping, waacking, and capoeira.

Founded in 2007 by Artistic Director Amy "Catfox" Campion, Antics dancers represent the best in LA with extensive credits that include major films, TV shows, and music videos. They have performed extensively in and around Los Angeles and toured throughout the U.S.  In addition to live performances, Antics produced two short dance films directed by Campion: Pursuit in 2011 and Street Dance Orixás in 2012, both which screened at various film festivals.  

Antics is empowered by a belief in the power of hip-hop dance to inspire and move audiences across all platforms, and has received awards from the LA County Arts Commission, Culver City Cultural Affairs Commission, American Dance Abroad, the Center for Cultural Innovation, and more.

Presented in cooperation with Quad City Arts 

Antics performance group

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