SHREVEPORT, Louisiana – Port Belly Project will do a veil dance for unveiling of Marlene Yu's Pink Marble Paintings as well as sword-balancing at Marlene Yu's 80th Birthday Gala at Marlene Yu Museum on Saturday, September 30, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. to benefit the Marlene Yu Museum at 710 Travis Street, Shreveport, Louisiana 71101. Port Belly Project draws from dance forms that are tribal in nature and from different regions of the world. These forms are fused with modern dance traditions to create a dance form that honors both the old and the new. Port Belly Project's improvisational dance style creates a truly unique dance as each member of the troupe takes a turn as a leader of the group, giving cues to the other dancers who follow suit. Once the music stops, the audience has witnessed a completely one-of-a-kind dance, never to be repeated.
Ticket info can be found at http://www.marleneyumuseum.org/gala/.
About Port Belly Project:
Port Belly Project was founded in Shreveport in 2005 and remains the original tribal fusion, improvisational style, Bhangra and Bollywood dance troupe in Northwest Louisiana. Port Belly Project was formed to provide dance instruction and performance opportunities as well as to educate the public about these beautiful and traditional dance forms.