The dance artists of Wonderbound present Industrial Project in their space at Junction Box May 2-3, 2014

Although the 2013/­2014 Wonderbound season has come to a close, the dance artists at Wonderbound are still working hard ­ for a good cause. On May 2 and 3, they will present the 5th annual installment of Industrial Project—a program of innovative dance works produced and performed entirely by the dancers, with proceeds benefiting The Artist Resource Fund. “The dance artists at Wonderbound are already back in the studio working diligently to unveil our very own evening steeped in innovative works involving collaboration through various artistic mediums.” -Julie King, Wonderbound Dance Artist

“If you've ever wondered what the inside of a dancers brain looks like, come witness, first hand the things we dream about. I’m really excited about the diversity this show will bring. There are nine different choreographers for the first time ever.” ­-Sarah Tallman, Wonderbound Dance Artist

The performances will take place May 2 at 7:30pm and May 3 at 2:00pm and 7:30pm at 1075 Park Avenue West Denver 80205. Appetizers and libations will be provided. There is a $10 suggested donation that will go to fund future Industrial Projects as well as The Artist Resource Fund. The Artist Resource Fund is created by the dancers for the dancers to leave a legacy in the heart of downtown. This fund is solely for the purpose of aiding artists as they transition out of performing careers and on to other related ventures.

For interview opportunities, more information or to see the dance artists in rehearsal, please contact Amber Blais, Wonderbound Communications Manager at ablais@wonderbound.com or 303.292.4700.

Download the full Industrial Project press release