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Friday May 17th, 2024 at 7;00pm

The Show

Join Of Moving Colors for a one night only new performance produced by Hannah Knoff Friday May 17th at Manship Theatre in Shaw Center for the Arts starting at 7pm.  The work is designed to bring awareness to Parkinson's Disease and will be using participants with Parkinson's along with other individuals as an extension of our Dance for Parkinson's program.

"Memories are the cherished treasures of our lives. Whether they are laden with joy or sorrow, they are gemstones we carefully preserve. Each one a unique reflection of our journey through time and experience. Orchid’s Arc traces the ebb and flow of life's continuum. My hope is that every audience member discovers a personal connection within the show, be it through its music, movement, or the nostalgic embrace of a shared experiences." - Hannah Knoff

To Participate

OMC's Dance for Parkinson's class alongside the company dancers with Of Moving Colors Productions is is looking for participants to be in the show and we would love for you to participate! ABSOLUTELY 

no dance experience is necessary, and the demonstration entails simple movements such as walking and mirroring. It can also be adapted to fit your comfort level! There will be two rehearsals, one on Tuesday, May 14th and one on Thursday, May 16th, from 7:30-8:30pm. The two rehearsals will take place at ToneBr, the Highland Park Location: 18303 Perkins Road East, Baton Rouge, LA 70810.  Click on the map below to learn more about the loction. Open to individuals of all ages and individuals.


IF INTERESTED, please email us by clicking the link below. 

Tell us your name and contact information and attach a picture.  

To Purchase Tickets:

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NOTE: Participants do NOT need to purchase tickets.

The Press:

For more information about the show and its background check out these articles by

The Advocate and 225 Magazine: 

For More Info:  

More IIf you are interested or have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out! You may contact us via email at or call/text Carolyn Herman at (225) 397-8732. A flyer with all the information has been attached to this email as well.


Thank you, and we look forward to hearing from you soon!

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