The Art Inventory

March 4, 2017

At Hale’s Palladium ‘Moon Over Manhattan: A Cabaret’ For One-Night-Only

Kirby Lindsay Laney
Don't miss out on this opportunity to see Lunaria Dance Theatre in Fremont!

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to see Lunaria Dance Theatre in Fremont!

For one-night-only in the eclectically classy Hale’s Palladium, a one-of-a-kind cabaret will showcase Seattle-based Lunaria Dance Theatre.  At 7p on March 11th, be spellbound by ‘Moon Over Manhattan:  A Cabaret’, a clever interweaving of Egyptian belly dance and theatrical entertainment.

Prepare to be transported to a moon-lit night where magic abounds around every corner, where genies grant wishes, delicate dolls come to life, sexy showgirls glitter in the star-strewn night, and mermaids beckon from below water’s edge.  Alluring artistes captivate with sizzling sword-balancing, in this innovative fusion of dance and theatre.

The dazzling dancers of Lunaria will be performing at Hale's Palladium on March 11th.  Photo provided by LunariaThis enchanting show features well-known choreographies from the likes of ‘New York, New York’, ‘I Dream Of Jeannie’, and Marilyn Monroe, danced by gorgeous and skilled members of Lunaria.  ‘Moon Over Manhattan’ also features the legendary talents of singer and comedian Mark Siano, and dancer/drag queen extraordinaire La Gaviota.  Overall, this is an exceptional showcase of belly dance, theater, ballet, burlesque, tap and jazz.

Purchase tickets ($25 in advance/ $30 at the door) through Brown Paper Tickets, and consider upgrading to premium or VIP seating.  Produced by Mellilah, the creator of Lunaria, this is a PG13 show and wheelchair accessible.  For information about ‘Moon Over Manhattan: A Cabaret’, visit the Lunaria Dance website.


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