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EntityFeatures - SOLD OUT

EntityFeatures - SOLD OUT



Fri, Aug 13, 2021 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm


James Irvine Japanese Garden
244 S. San Pedro St, Los Angeles, CA, 90012


Entity Contemporary Dance and JACCC present EntityFeatures, a series of movement films created by and for Entity. A live screening interwoven with live performance and artist Q&A—all within the beauty of our James Irvine Japanese Garden.

New works by:
Nina McNeely
Will Johnston
Marissa Osato
Karen Chuang
Emily Crouch
Shiori Kamijo
Grayson McGuire
Diana Schoenfield

Doors: 7:30PM
Show: 8:00PM

Tickets: $25/$20/$15

COVID-19 Safety Information
Masks and contactless temperature checks will be required for the safety and comfort of all our guests, artists, and staff. The event will take place in our Toshizo Watanabe Culinary Cultural Center (TWCCC) and James Irvine Japanese Garden. TWCCC is a semi-indoor space with 2 fully opened walls out to the garden for airflow. Rows 1–5 are located on the garden terrace; Rows 6–10 will be located in TWCCC.

About Entity Contemporary Dance

Entity Contemporary Dance was founded in 2009 by choreographers Will Johnston, Marissa Osato, and Elm Pizarro with the intent to forge connections between the Southern California hip hop and contemporary dance communities. Based in Los Angeles and directed by Will Johnston and Marissa Osato, Entity Contemporary Dance is a professional contemporary dance company that interweaves modern, jazz, and hip hop dance techniques to present dynamic repertory that explores the nuances of human emotionality and connectivity. Fostering communal collaboration and emphasizing a cross-genre dance education, Entity Contemporary Dance’s mission is to bridge the gaps between commercial and concert dance in Los Angeles.
www.entitycontemporarydance.com | @entitycontemporarydance

Image: Sarah Waldorf

James Irvine Japanese Garden

Known as Seiryu-en or “Garden of the Clear Stream,” the garden is a Little Tokyo hidden gem and one of the best-kept secrets for intimate, unique performances and events. The garden features a stream, blooming trees, foliage, and the sounds of cascading water.

Image: Sarah Waldorf

Toshizo Watanabe Culinary Cultural Center

We welcome you to our newest community space, the Toshizo Watanabe Culinary Cultural Center, which will educate and nurture an appreciation of culinary arts from and inspired by Japan.

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