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Photo credit: Mounarath-Powell Productions


September 9, 2021 (La Mesa) -- Mounarath-Powell Productions presents “Movement Makers,”  a choreographer’s showcase, Thursday through Saturday, September 16-18 at 8 p.m. in the Visionary Performance Space, 8674 La Msea Blvd. in La Mesa.   

Directed and curated by Tanya Lewis, this showcase brings together local choreographers and dancers of various styles and backgrounds.  Consisting of both veteran and new talent, this collection of artists provides opportunity for audience to experience the diverse expressions of creativity that San Diego has to offer.


The list of choreographers includes:


  • Gio Chavez
  • Christian Drugan
  • Laray Egea-Saez, Caley Hernandez, and Mario Jaimes
  • Conor Gomez
  • Joseph Lister
  • Luis Lopez
  • Odessa Mae Uno
  • Emily Martinez
  • Leobardo Rubio
  • Robert Todd
  • Marcella Torres-Sanchez
  • Brittany Woo
  • Lendia Wylie


A panel of judges will award one choreographer a $300 prize.  The prize recipient will also receive the opportunity to have Mounarath-Powell Productions produce a full length dance concert featuring their works.


Attendees will enjoy a great collection of local choreographers and dancers.  This showcase offers something for everyone all in one evening.


For tickets, ($14-$19) visit http://visionarydancetheatre.org/Visionary/2021-movementmakers/


For more information: 

Website: http://VisionaryDanceTheatre.org/MP

Email:   info@VisionaryDanceTheatre.org

Phone:   619-758-8112


Mounarath-Powell Productions is a local San-Diego based production company that looks to produce new talent in all areas of the arts and in all art forms. Mounarath-Powell Productions looks to be a vehicle for new/emerging artists as well as veteran artists to present and express their art.

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