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February 10, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Spectrum Dance Performance and Reception with Young Leaders

The Young Leaders Event with Spectrum Dance Theater invites prominent groups of young leaders to share in the art of dance and to provoke a constructive conversation around social change through the arts, and within our community. Join us for a pre- and post- show reception where you can continue the conversation while fostering community culture and networking with other organizations and young professionals. Spectrum Dance Theater company is comprised of world-class dancers that challenge expectations and call forth strong emotions, deep feelings and thoughtful responses. Spectrum Dance Theater’s RAMBUNCTIOUS 2.0 explores American tradition through ambitious, artistic movement and inspirational compositions from African-American composers T.J. Anderson, Wynton Marsalis and Pamela Z. Founded in 1982, Spectrum Dance Theater has become the preeminent modern dance company of the Pacific Northwest. The company believes in bringing dance to a diverse audience of people from different social, cultural, ethnic and economic backgrounds.

This event is being co-hosted by the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center and several local YP organizations, but is open to anyone interested in attending. To purchase you half price tickets ($15/person) to this event, please register below or enter the discount code while making your purchase through ticketmaster.

Code for registration on ticketmaster: PYPN

You can also register for this event through our event partners:
United Way Fox Cities Emerging Leaders
YAP–Young Appleton ProfessionalThrivent Financial Young Professionals Network, Kimberly-Clark Corporation (United States) NEON



This event is being  generously supported by:
The Fox Cities Performing Arts Center
Basil’s Pub
City of Appleton


February 10, 2017
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm


Fox Cities Performing Arts Center
400 W College Ave
Appleton, WI 54911 United States