SILVER Shadow Performing Arts Academy in celebration of its 25th Anniversary is contributing to this year’s Nobel Laureate Festival, with an evening of dance.
They will present ‘La Luna – Tales by Moonlight’ on February 3 and 4, at the National Cultural Centre. The production will consist of three showings as follows: a matinee show for Primary and Secondary Schools starting at 1:00 p.m. on February 3 and Opening Night at 8:00 p.m. then the Grand Finale on February 4 at 8:00 p.m.
La Luna comprises the untold stories of our subconscious minds revealed in a series of dreams that occur beneath the moonlit night. The moon’s guiding light through the evening also serves to guide the faithful sleepers as they become immersed in their dreams. It is these dreams that reveal their desires, troubles, aspirations, history, hopes and fears. It is beneath La Luna that these stories unfold to reveal their true self and it is through La Luna’s guidance that dreams unravel to become the realities of tomorrow.
La Luna – Tales by Moonlight was conceptualized and choreographed by Silver Shadow Artistic Director, Barry George and will be performed by an amazing cast of talented, dedicated dancers who will illuminate the stage with creative movements on a background of modern technology.
The Academy is very proud of their eighth production in collaboration with the Nobel Laureate Festival. The hope is that this relationship will continue to blossom in the future. The Silver Shadow Academy staging its production during the Nobel Laureate week has become a signature event, and has inspired the organization to continuously pursue and execute work of the highest excellence, in keeping with the Festival’s theme ‘Celebrating Excellence: Fostering National Pride’ .