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Dancing Through the Decades

Every year, the students of RoCo Dance observe the season with a full-scale performance celebrating movement, music and the human form. This year, in honor of RoCo Dance OnStage’s 21st birthday, the company will pay homage to 100 years of pop culture with “Decades.”

With nearly 500 dancers from the youth and teen program performing original ballets set to the whimsical meanderings of Cole Porter, modern choreography backed by Jimi Hendrix’s twanging guitar strings and hip-hip to the beats of LL Cool Jay, this show will have your foot tapping and jaw dropping.

If you go:

Saturday, May 31, 7:30–9 p.m.

Sunday, June 1, 6­–7:30 p.m.

Marin Center Veterans Memorial Auditorium

Tickets available online or through Marin Center box office 415.472.6800

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