Jane Franklin Dance presents: The Big Meow & Forty+ Project

Saturday / November 4 / 2pm - 4pm

Jane Franklin Dance presents an event for age-diverse audiences at MoCA Arlington.

Featuring the family friendly show “The Big Meow, ” and dance performed by Forty+ Project, you’ll experience lively performances and have the option to try out some of the moves.

The afternoon includes food & drink refreshments.

Choreography: Jane Franklin and Lauren DeVera for Forty+ Project

Please arrive a few minutes prior, as the show will begin promptly on the hour.

Running Time: Approx. 45-60 minutes

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