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Lula Washington Dance Theatre – The Turning of the Soul

Date
February 17, 2023
Time
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost
$20 – $30
Organizer’s Site
lulawashington.org
Council District
City Council District 8
Event Series Dates
February 17 - 26
Lula Washington Dance Theatre performs Tribute to Pharoah Sanders by Lula Washington; Nina Simone Suite by Lula &dancers; Folk Dance by Donald Byrd; Pages From Negro History composed by William Grant Still. Excerpts from Today by Lula Washington.

Location

Lula Washington Dance Theatre
3773 Crenshaw Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016 United States
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Phone:
323.292.5852
Website:
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Organizer

Lula Washington Dance Theatre
Phone
323-292-5852
Email
foundation@lulawashington.org
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