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Project Flux + WHYTEBERG

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It's rare that attendees of a dance recital are asked to wear comfortable shoes, but the upcoming performance of Boise dance company Project Flux and its Los Angeles-based partner WHYTEBERG comes with a warning label: guests will be doing a lot of walking. The collaborative dance performance, as occurred, as recalled, was designed in the style of an art installation, and takes place at various locations throughout Boise's Historic Central District, including Boise Brewing, Peace Valley Dry Goods, Ming Studios, Jordan-Wilcomb Construction and Classic Design. The performance, a spinoff of a past WHYTEBERG project that debuted in L.A., "guides the audience through non-traditional dance spaces to create a series of images and vignettes" forming "an immersive atmosphere where audience members are able to roam."

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