...That’s what she said: Dances From the Feminine Perspective

Ignited by social media campaigns for gender equality, LadyBOS Productions aims to usher in a feminine perspective with an evening of movement and more, titled …that’s what she said. The performances, featuring pieces by New York and Boston-based femme-identifying choreographers, stem from a series of workshops as well as peer mentoring to home in on each dancer’s personal narrative. Hoping to shine a light on a new generation, …that’s what she said also showcases the creative process of preteen dance students at Boston’s Curley K-8 School through a short film by Victoria Awkward. Get down with LadyBOS Productions at the Boston University Dance Theater on March 30. / Caroline Long

…That’s what she said: Dances From the Feminine Perspective Boston University Dance Theater, 25 Buick St., Boston. ladybosproductions.com. MBTA: C Green Line to St. Paul. March 30, 8 pm. $20-$35. See website for complete details. Boston-based Lady BOS Productions presents this showcase of dance works and a short film created during a series of workshops with artists.

Photo: Gabriel Rizzo / Golden Lion Photography

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