Houston-based company in Cambridge

Ad Deum dancers Daniel Seth York and Anna Handelsman. photo Amitava Sarkar

Infusion is pleased to announce Ad Deum Dance Company, professional modern/contemporary dance group from Houston, Texas, are returning to Cambridge once again as featured guest artists of The C.S. Lewis OXBRIDGE gathering. While in the city they are offering a special outreach performance open to the general public.

This event, featuring Infusion as guest artists, will be held at City Church Cambridge and will include a discussion on the integration of art and faith with members of Ad Deum and Artistic Director Randall Flinn.

Ad Deum has toured throughout the world engaging people and cultures artistically with a relevant and redemptive approach to dance artistry. They believe that artistry can be a vital force in cultural caregiving, human compassion and comfort, reconciliation and renewal.

Date: Saturday July 29th
Location: City Church Cambridge
Time: 6-7:15pm
No Entrance Fee: donations baskets for Ad Deum Dance Company available (suggested donation £10-15/person, £20/family). Please consider helping Ad Deum with their overseas outreach tour.

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Project Dance Paris 2017

Dan Cossette of Infusion dances in the Place de la Republique, Paris, 2016. Project Dance Paris. photo: Marie Charlotte

July 21-23, Infusion returns to the Capitol of Love with the Project Dance Foundation to bring hope and inspiration through offerings of dance and physical theatre. With special performances Friday; outdoor, all-day, free dance show in the Place de la Republique, Saturday; and master class offerings on Sunday for registrants, Project Dance Paris promises to be a weekend of artistic excellence and generosity.

This year’s free, open-air performance will be in the Place de la Republique Saturday July 22nd.

The previous year’s event came on the heels of the multiple terror attacks in France, and dancers were able to share, both from the stage, and personally with members of the public–representing many faiths and backgrounds–about hope, healing, and freedom through Jesus Christ.  One Parisian noted, “In this place, normally all you hear is people protesting. Today, everyone is so joyful–it’s a powerful statement!”

For more information, or to get involved visit Project Dance Paris.