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Curving Into the Light

Out of the darkness and into the light – a dance created in collaboration between the dancers of SPDC, the musicians of Cuatro Puntos and our community honoring the challenges of this past year while inspiring us to design a new world.

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September 17, 2021


75 minutes with no intermission


Hill-Stead Museum West Lawn


 $25 –  $65

If you have any questions, you can visit our frequently asked questions or drop us a line.

Adults:    $65
Seniors:    $50
Students:    $25

For group tickets please contact our Executive Director: Andrea Blesso.

You can check our frequently asked questions via this link.

If you cannot find the answer to your question, or you would like to contact us for more information, please contact our director Andrea Blesso.

Life takes curves, and the trajectory one follows may be shallow or wide, straight or not. It is how you choose to take these curves that informs the next decision, outcome.

At the heart of this project is an artistic collaboration between Sonia Plumb Dance Company, Cuatro Puntos and the community. Curving Into the Light includes several sections from Ameen Mokdad’s album The Curve. Open rehearsals, workshops and Q&A’s with Ameen and the artists will be held throughout the summer leading up to the premier.

The performance includes live music.

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Creative Team

Sonia Plumb / Choreography and Direction
Ameen Mokdad / Composer for The Curve
Kevin Bishop / Cuatro Puntos
Craig Gehr / Lighting Design
TBD / Costumes


Rachel Calebrese

Colby Connelly
Savana Jones
Julia Maranzano
Sawyer Newsome 
Noa Weiss
Nadia Halim

Support and Sponsors

The project is made possible thanks to the support from our friends:

Greater Hartford Arts Council
CT Office of the Arts/DECD
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What your support means to us

Making dance requires money and time to pay the dancers, designers (costume, sound, projection), space rental for rehearsals. This all happens BEFORE the dancers set foot on stage to perform – or in these times of COVID behind the camera. Hundreds of creative man/woman hours are logged. Ticket prices, whether live or streaming, never fully cover the cost of creating dance. Please consider donating generously to ensure our dancers and team of creators are paid. We thank you from the bottom of our heart to the tips of our toes!



September 17
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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