About the venue
Crown Uptown Theatre, 3207 E. Douglas, Wichita
Built as a 1920s vaudeville theater and freshly renovated to reflect its art deco roots, the Crown Uptown opened in 1928 with the showing of "The Jazz Singer" by Al Jolson.
Location: near corner of Douglas and Hillside (see map below)
Parking: Available in the Dillon's and Ace Hardware parking lot at the northwest corner of Douglas and Hillside, north side of Douglas behind businesses, Journey Church on Hillside, neighborhood parking.
Handicapped seating available.
Other amenities include cash bar, ATM.
Box office hours: 1-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Call 316.612.7686
About the show
Amira Dance Productions, Wichita's longest-running community dance studio, presents Dance Odyssey Celebration at 7 p.m. March 7, 2020. Doors open at 6 p.m.
During ADP's 45th annual show, a celebration of its sapphire anniversary, you'll be entertained by various world and cultural dances.
Founded in 1974 as a studio teaching Middle Eastern dancing, commonly known as bellydancing, ADP has grown to include more than 10 groups of different dance styles. The Dance Odyssey Celebration audience will be treated to not only bellydancing, but Polynesian, K-pop, American Tribal Style, Improvisational Tribal Style, hula hoops, ballroom and other dance style numbers. ADP's shows always feature a colorful array of costuming and eclectic music.
Cost: $25 advance, $30 at door; $10 for youth 12 and younger. All general admission seats. For groups of 5 or larger that wish to sit together, group tickets must be paid and requested by Friday, Feb. 21. Call 316.210.1625 or email email@example.com with requests.
Tickets available through your favorite ADP dancer; the Crown Uptown Theatre Box Office,
1-5 p.m. Monday-Friday or call 316.612.7686; or online.
Limited seating so purchase tickets early! Last year's show sold out in advance.
Snacks will be available at 6:30 p.m. and during intermission. Cash bar available.