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Sat Aug 20 2022
7:30 pm

Children of the Sun African Dance Concert

Omo Orun, Children of the sun: African ballet style concert presented in a theater style, Princes culture collective presents Omo Orun, meaning “children of the sun “ Featuring West African dance styles from Guiana Mali and Senegal.

Prince Adrean and Friends

African ballet style concert presented in a theater style, Princes culture collective presents Omo Orun, meaning “children of the sun “ Featuring West African dance styles from Guiana Mali and Senegal.

Tickets

Adult: $30

Senior (60+) / Military: $27

Subscriber / Group (10+): $24

Under 18: $21

Contact us about educational group rates!

Concessions and bar

You may bring snacks and beverages that you purchase from our bar into the theatre to enjoy during the show. Water, soda, beer, wine, snacks, both sweet and savory are available.

Accessibility

The Margaret Brate Bryant Civic Theatre building is fully accessible, and WCT is proud to offer a number of services to our patrons who have special needs. Please contact our Box Office for more information about listening devices, transfer seats, wheelchair positions, Sensory Friendly performances, and Sensory Kits.

Tickets Exchanges and Refunds

Tickets are non-refundable.

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