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Anchorage's Pulse Dance Company brings their fourth season to a close at APU Grant Hall Theatre with the premiere of From Dust to Dawn February 21-23.

This talented corps of local dancers presents evocative movement alongside curious imagery and emotionally laden dance-theater. Inspired by numerous "end of the world" perspectives and scenarios, this evening length concert explores love, loss, perseverance in the wake of devastation and the importance of hope.

Interspersed in this honest work are instances of comedy and lightheartedness, and performers shine in moments of light amidst the dark. Join the company for a journey of self-discovery; an assertion of the strong human spirit within us all.

From Dust to Dawn features new choreography by Artistic Director Stephanie Wonchala, guest choreography by Alice Bassler Sullivan, scenic design by Ruby Kennell, sound design by Ivan Night, and lighting design by Cedar Cussins. 

Opening night includes a one-time only formal gala with a VIP backstage tour option, silent auction, complimentary beverages and red carpet photos. 
Friday and Saturday shows are at 8pm; Sunday's show is at 6pm. 

This technically challenging, large-scale production features choreography that is simultaneously intricate and athletic and communicates timeless societal themes that are applicable locally, nationally, and worldwide.

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