EVERY Body MOVES!
JOIN The Rainbow Players on March 25th as we dance our IMPRoVIseD style of dance with other local dancers: See our Special Events page for more info…. Or just come to:
The Upstairs Studio- 25 Main St, 4th Floor, Northampton, MA (Elevator available on ground floor) 7:30-9:30
This Dance Performance Event: Everybody Moves… launches the series of events for the Film Premier of
“An Intimate Dance” http://anintimatedance.com
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Empowerment Through The Arts, (ETTA) International is a creative partnership of individuals, human service agencies, artists, therapists and arts organizations dedicated to creating inclusive programming and ARTS opportunities for the enrichment and empowerment of individuals labeled as “developmentally disabled”. ETTA International is dedicated to offering training in the arts to ALL abilities. Inclusion in the Arts and Culture increases the benefit for the entire community.
We seek community partners and multi-year funding sources as well as donations for the operation of this unique new non-profit. We believe in taking bold steps in creating
unquestioned access to inclusive arts programming for this diverse group of individuals: diverse in terms of ethnicity, culture and ability; artists, performers, comedians, and individuals.
Theater/Arts and Workshops on Rising Above Bullying: “Back Off Bully You” – a new production of The Rainbow Players is available for performance and workshops to groups, schools and events! Learn ways to rise above the bullying and come out proud and laughing with improvised real life stories!
Short Film and Full Length Documentary- We have 12 years of great footage of our original shows and trips to Ireland, Chicago, Washington, DC, Boston and Omaha, NB along with the shows and workshops all over Massachusetts! Empowerment at its BEST!
Would you like to get involved? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out our other sites: Facebook: The Rainbow Players and www.Fundly.com/therainbowplayersandetta
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