Wednesday, January 21, 2015


Lunchtime in the Studio:

Music That Dances-January 22

January 22, 2015
12:00pm to 1:00pm
CORE Studios on the square in Decatur, 139 Sycamore St.
FREE, Reservations encouraged as space is limited

Photo by Sue Schroeder, CORE Performance Company in Vivaldi Dances in the Park

Experience CORE’s Collaborations that Educate, Inspire, and Touch our Community
At the January 22nd Lunchtime in the Studio, audience members will get the opportunity to experience  an intimate view into two upcoming projects, on love and a world too wide, both created with strong musical influences. The members of the CORE Performance Company, including Stefanie Boettle, Anna Bracewell, Kristin D’Addario, Joshua Rackliffe, Rose Shields, and Erik Thurmond along with Artistic Director and Choreographer, Sue Schroeder will spearhead this Lunchtime program.
Lunchtime in the Studio has been called “a close-up and personal look at
how contemporary dance is crafted and performed” (AJC).  Lunchtime in the 
Studio offers a free “backstage pass” for the public to actively engage in the 
innovation, collaboration, investigation and community-building that forms the 
heart of CORE’s vision. 
You are warmly greeted as you enter the welcoming studio, get your lunch, take
a seat, and observe and respond as art-makers share their work.  CORE,
a contemporary dance organization, creates, performs, and presents compelling, 
original dance that ignites the creative spirit and actively engages in international
cultural conversations.
Lunch provided by Raging Burrito y Taco and Starbucks Decatur for first 40 
who arrive. Doors open at 11:45 am.

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Advance Reservations guarantee a lunch ticket for guests arriving between
11:45am and noon. At noon all reservations will be released and lunch tickets 
will be given on a first come, first served basis.  Seats are always available and 
you are welcome to bring your own lunch.
Restaurant sponsors of CORE’s 15th Season of the Lunchtime in the Studio series 
include Starbucks Decatur, Jimmy Johns, Raging Burrito y Taco, Farm Burger 
and more.
CORE’s 29th season in Atlanta is supported in part by the Pattillo Foundation, 
the Ida Alice Ryan Charitable Trust, LENZ Marketing, Cameron and Roberts 
Insurance Agency, Primary Care Chiropractic, Decatur Atlanta Printing, and the 
Georgia Council for the Arts (GCA) through appropriations of the Georgia General 
Assembly. GCA also receives support from its partner agency – the National
Endowment for the Arts.
CORE Studios, 139 Sycamore St, are accessible from Decatur Square near 
Sycamore Street or through the parking lot behind Eddie’s Attic on N. McDonough St.  
Map and parking directions:
photo (c) Sue Schroeder

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