Looking for a creative outlet in this time of confusion and growing isolation?
Miami choreographer Dale Andree invites you to join her National Water Dance in “dancing for our lives” online at 4 p.m. April 18.
It’s free and open to anyone who wants to bust a move – dancers and non-dancers of all ages. It can also serve as a great stress-reliever!
National Water Dance was created to draw attention to and action on water issues. It has taken place every other year since 2014.
Originally, this year’s edition was set to feature more than 100 dance ensembles, university dance departments and other groups simultaneously dancing at water sites throughout the country. Of course, now they’re taking the dance online.
This year’s focus is on climate crisis but has an added message: Organizers would like the event to also inspire hope and togetherness through movement.
How to participate: According to the National Water Dance Facebook page, there are four simple steps:
Then get ready to dance – whether it’s from your living room, backyard or kitchen!
OTHER MIAMI ON THE CHEAP ARTICLES:
- Experience the joy of Florida Grand Opera online
- Miami venues, attractions go virtual
- Culture Shock Miami makes arts accessible online for free
More Virtual Entertainment
- Scooby fans, watch the latest flick & grab a Fandango party pack
- Get cultured: Visit museums, galleries and attractions, experience theater online
- Miami’s Technique Records now offering curbside pickup
- Vizcaya gardens extends its hours for May 22
- Movies are back! Dezerland Park converts to drive-in theater
- Life is a Cabaret! at South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center virtual sessions
- Arsht@Home gives you VIP access
- Miami cinemas keeping you entertained
- Miami-Dade public libraries: New service lets you pick up books outside of branches
- Stream a made-in-South-Florida movie today