Frame Dance is partnering with Core Dance to bring Planetary Dance to Hermann Park.
Core Dance, a professional dance organization, invites Houstonians of all ages and abilities to come together to dance for peace on Sunday, June 2 from 10am to noon in Hermann Park. Now in its 39th year, Planetary Dance is a simple dance that everyone can do co-created by Anna Halprin. Known as the pioneer of the postmodern dance movement, Halprin describes Planetary Dance as “a dance for promoting peace among people and peace with the Earth.” Local dancers and drummers will invite those participating to walk, run, or stand in three concentric circles creating a moving mandala. Halprin’s intent is that the group will form a collective body whose every step will become a prayer for healing Earth.
In Houston, Planetary Dance will be performed in Hermann Park off Hermann Park Drive on a grassy area located across the street from the main entrance of the Houston Museum of Natural Science, 5555 Hermann Park Drive, Houston, 77030. Participation in “Planetary Dance” is free and open to the public but advance registration is required: https://donate.coredance.org/campaigns/10823-planetary-dance-houston-2019
*Please note that no tickets or registration will be available through Frame Dance. Those wishing to participate must register with Core Dance through the following link: https://donate.coredance.org/campaigns/10823-planetary-dance-houston-2019