BodyVox Brings the Spirit of Halloween to the Walters with BloodyVox
Described as, "…the city's most popular and internationally renowned dance troupe" (The Oregonian), BodyVox comes to the Walters on Friday, October 25 with their performance of BloodyVox, led by Emmy Award-winning choreographers Jamey Hampton and Ashley Roland. Celebrate the season of Halloween by dressing in your costume to enjoy this entertaining modern dance performance at the Walters Cultural Arts Center (527 E. Main St., Hillsboro) at 7:30 pm. Tickets for this performance are $20 advance or $25 the day of show. Recommended for ages 10 and above. Performance will include use of strobe light effects in opening act.
Start with a group of beautiful and talented dancers, add a hint of spooky, a touch of Vampire, and top it off with a healthy dose of hatchets and chainsaws and you get BloodyVox—a wickedly entertaining night celebrating BodyVox’s favorite time of year. Channeling Hitchcock, Lugosi, and Karloff and bringing All Hallow’s Eve to life, it’s a real treat for all! Bring friends to hold tight—to protect you from things that go bump in the night! Featuring new work by Jamey Hampton and Ashley Roland, this freshly dead (but still warm) installment of BodyVox’s Halloween classic is a dance theater experience that will disembody you. Preview BloodyVox trailer to get a taste of the show at https://vimeo.com/206163418.
BodyVox is known for its visual virtuosity, distinctive wit, and unique ability to combine dance, theater, and film into breathtaking productions rich in imagery, athleticism, and humor. Since its founding in 1997, BodyVox has toured to critical acclaim on stages around the world, developed nine award winning films, thirty original shows, and three operas, featuring more than 200 original dances.
More information about this performance and the 2019-20 Walters Concert Series is available at Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/WaltersConcerts and tickets can be purchased online at BrownPaperTickets.com, by calling 503-615-3485, or in person at 527 E. Main St., Hillsboro. Concert concessions available from Longbottom Coffee and Tea.