Journey through Middle Eastern Dance
Through dance and short historical excerpts, Dylaina Alexandria and company will take you on a journey through Middle Eastern dance, or what is commonly referred to in the west as "belly dance." Stunning props, beautiful costumes, and many different styles from folkloric to fusion will delight the senses and take you on the ride of your life.
Length: 45 Minutes
Venue: The Spirit Room: The Spirit Room's Conjure Box
Production Company: Day Made Productions
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