Miller Auditorium presents Diavolo: Architecture in Motion

contact: Cara Barnes
| WMU News
Photo of Diavolo dancers on stage.

Diavolo mixes architecture and dance.

KALAMAZOO, Mich.—Diavolo: Architecture in Motion is coming to Western Michigan University's Miller Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 21.

Purchase tickets online:
millerauditorium.com

Diavolo: Architecture in Motion redefines dance with dynamic movement, enlightening communities through trust, teamwork and individual expression. Using abstract and recognized structures to explore the relationship between the danger of the environment and the fragility of the human body, Diavolo: Architecture in Motion is a fusion of many different movement vocabularies such as everyday movement, ballet, contemporary, acrobatics, gymnastics, martial arts and hip-hop.

Founded in 1992 by French-born choreographer and visionary Jacques Heim, Diavolo is a cultural pillar of the Los Angeles community and has performed for hundreds of thousands of concertgoers worldwide as well as millions more on television.

The performance is supported by the Performing Arts Fund, a program of Arts Midwest, and funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, with additional contributions from the Michigan Council of Arts and Cultural Affairs, General Mills Foundation and Land O’Lakes Foundation.

Tickets

Diavolo: Architecture in Motion at Miller Auditorium is part of the Lake Michigan Mailers Spotlight Series and is welcomed by Meijer. Tickets are on sale now and range from $35 to $45. They can be purchased online at millerauditorium.com, by calling (269) 387-2300 or (800) 387-2312, or in person at the Miller Auditorium Ticket Office.

A 15 percent discount is available to all WMU faculty and staff, and a 50 percent discount is available to WMU students. Discounted tickets may be purchased by phone or in person, and a valid Bronco ID is required at the time of pickup. Group discounts are available at (269) 387-2312.

For more information, contact Bethany Gauthier at bethany.gauthier@wmich.edu or (269) 387-2245.

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