Galumpha gallops into Davenport tomorrow
January 24, 2014 by Richard
Galumpha, known in the past as Second Hand Dance, is a performance that illuminates a world of imagination, vast muscle, incredible beauty, and total merriment. The Galvin Fine Art Center may have used banner printing to promote this performance to people who reside in this community, as well as those surrounding communities, and alert them that it takes place this weekend.
The eye-catching show is being presented in co-operation with the Quad City Arts and received partial funding from the Illinois Arts Council, the Iowa Arts Council, and Arts Midwest. This stunning performance combines superior acrobatics, exciting visual effects, supreme physical hilarity, and truly inventive choreography to make for a sight to behold.
The cast for this performance includes three outstanding performers that present a sensory feast of collective imagery that range from the sublime to the ridiculous, even though they are sewed together into a seamless whole. The audience will be star stuck as this performance unfolds. This seamless production will fire the imagination of the audience and inspire the beauty in their surroundings.
Tickets for this event cost $11 per adult and $8 for seniors, staff, alumni, and faculty. Groups cost $6 per person. Galumpha will be happening on Saturday, January 25, at 7:30 pm at the Galvin Fine Art Center located at 518 West Locust Street in Davenport, Iowa. To purchase a ticket or learn more about the cast or event, visit the Galvin Fine Art Center’s website or call its box office during business hours.