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Stretch Dance Company Presents: I Have Lived a Thousand Years

Stretch Dance Company

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Los Angeles, CA

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Come see a preview performance of Stretch Dance Company's production, I Have Lived a Thousand Years dedicated to teaching audiences about tolerance and the history of the Holocaust by bringing survivor Dr. Livia Bitton-Jackson's memoir to the stage through dance. Learn how Stretch Dance Company plans to tour this production to university, high school, and junior high students throughout the US and abroad and how you can be a part of it! After the performance, stay for a Meet and Greet to mingle with the cast, crew, and design team. Drinks provided.




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As this production centers on the history of the Holocaust, it is not recommended for young children.


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Free and metered parking on Hyperion and free parking in the residential area behind the studio. If you have special parking needs, please e-mail us at


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Studio A Dance
2306 Hyperion Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90027


Stretch Dance Company

Stretch Dance Company founded in 2010 by award-winning choreographer, Lyndell Higgins, is comprised of talented, passionate, and professional artists who believe in the power of art and its ability to change the world. Our mission is to create a safe working environment for professional artists and to educate and entertain the community about art, humanity, culture, and history through presenting theatrical dance productions based on an emotional and realistic portrayal of the human experience.

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