Saturday October 14 2023 at 8:00 PM
Sunday October 15 2023 at 7:00 PM (Virtual Option Available)
About "Rhythm Delivered":
"Rhythm Delivered" created by award-winning artist Noa Barankin is a virtuosic blend of tap dance creative percussion and drumming. Winner of Boston Parents Paper “Best Live Theatre and Family Performances” in 2023 this electrifying performance revolves around friends discovering hidden treasures in boxes and transforming them into playable instruments. The group combines tap dance body percussion and drumming using found items invented instruments drums buckets barrels and immersive technology. The show is packed with humor and plot twists features world rhythms and audience interactive segments that get the audience moving and grooving with the dancers!
Critics liken DrumatiX to acclaimed acts like Blue Man Group and Stomp praising its flawless execution and boundless creativity. Audiences rave: “Their sheer brilliance left me wondering why they haven’t made it to the stages of Las Vegas yet. Trust me you do not want to miss out on this mind-blowing performance. It’s truly sensational and undeniably worth experiencing!”. Suitable for all ages this energy-infused and creatively rich performance promises an unforgettable experience. Don't miss it!
DrumatiX is a tap dance and creative percussion company founded in 2017 by Israeli dancer musician and award-winning choreographer Noa Barankin. Since 2017 DrumatiX has been presented at venues and festivals throughout New England New York Los Angeles and San Diego including Lincoln Center Symphony Space Clayton Opera House Rochester Fringe Boston Museum of Fine Arts Hudson Theatre (LA) Hollywood Fringe and Provincetown Dance Festival as well as for clients such as Boston Bar Association and globally for Cisco. Barankin’s DrumatiX is also on the roster of MA Arts For Learning presenting educational programs in schools across the state. DrumatiX delivers a family-friendly blend of rhythmic elements including tap dance body percussion and drumming with/on everyday objects found items invented instruments drums barrels buckets as well as the use of technology audience interaction and tons of humor!
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