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PRODUCTION TELLS STORY OF GOOD
VS. EVIL THROUGH DANCE, THEATER, MUSIC

By Selena Stevens

 

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"Kisbah of Joulemay" uses traditional Balinese Gamelan music and dance forms.

 

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Sept. 20, 2001 (Lexington, Ky.) -- "Kisbah of Joulemay," the story of good and evil told through a unique combination of dance, theater and music, will be performed at the University of Kentucky Student Center Theatre on at 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 28, and Saturday, Sept. 29.

The performance is sponsored by the UK Student Activities Board and the Lexington Action Arts Collective.

"Kisbah of Joulemay" uses traditional Balinese Gamelan music and dance forms. The cast is made up of members of several local arts groups including Rakadu Gypsy Dance, the George Steeltoe Ensemble, the Hair Police, Big Fresh, the .357's, Malachi and RADAR: Dance in Reverse.

The Lexington Action Arts Collective is a group of young artists within the Lexington and UK communities that have an interest in creative art forms. Their goal is to bring a broad network of artists and social activists to Lexington. The Student Activities Board supports the Lexington Action Arts Collective's efforts to bring diverse art forms to the UK campus.

"Kisbah of Joulemay" is free and open to the public.


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