Third Space Dance Project is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that creates platforms for professional dance artists in Arizona to present their creative work and research through a variety of programming such as festivals, performances, workshops, and ongoing community-centered events and classes .
Twilight Fringe is supported in part by
the Arizona Commission on the Arts,
which receives support from
the State of Arizona
and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Twilight Fringe 2024 is also supported, in part by
the Phoenix City Council
through the Arts and Culture Department.
Pavilion Stage, Herberger Theater Center,
222 East Monroe St., downtown Phoenix
Saturday's Performance Pop-Up features a variety of dance styles and choreography by professional Arizona dance artists and closes with a solo work by student choreographer, Juls Tarango from Scottsdale Community College.
5:00 - 7:00 PM
SOUTH MOUNTAIN PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
7050 S. 24th St., Phoenix, AZ
Shoutout Arizona magazine featured Third Space Dance Project's Founder and Creative Director, Angelica DeLashmette Hurst in "Meet Angelica DeLashmette Hurst, Professional Dance Artist, Educator, and Entrepreneur." - 12/19/22
Go to Press to read the article.
"Twilight Fringe and Third Space Dance Project delivered on the promise of providing, not just new opportunities for the dancers and choreographers, but the sort of entertainment variety that, speaking for the audience, we have eagerly awaited." - Viewed Re/Viewed, 4/2/23
Go to Press to read the full review.