Invertigo is turning 10!
Join us for our 10th Anniversary Celebration on Sunday, October 22nd. This retrospective event celebrates the company’s breadth of artistic accomplishments through the performance of two works— Interior Design, about a couple moving into a new space together, and Formulae & Fairy Tales, based on the life of mathematical genius and World War II code-breaker Alan Turing. The evening also includes a pre-show reception, presentations from Invertigo’s Dancing Through Parkinson’s and Invert/ED community programs and a special post show party for all.
Sunday, October 22, 2017
4:30pm VIP Reception
7:45pm Post-Show Party
Party with the Invertigo family to celebrate this incredible milestone and get a peek into the next decade of dance! Get the best seats in the house now. VIP & General Tickets are now available!
VIP Tickets ($125 & $75) include:
- Reserved Parking
- Premium Seating
- VIP Pre-show Reception, with food & wine
General Tickets ($50 adults and $20 children) include access to the post-show party celebrating Invertigo's decade of dance in Los Angeles.
Reserved parking is included for VIP ticket buyers.
Reserved parking for General Admission ticket buyers is available for $10, pre-paid only and can be purchased here.
Street parking is available on Nebraska Ave., which runs parallel to Olympic Blvd.
View the parking map here.
The Moss Theatre is presented at New Roads School at The Herb Alpert Educational Village.
Photo Credit: George Simian
Interior Design - the first work ever choreographed for Invertigo! A couple moves into a new space together, and the process is hilarious, strange and intimate. They navigate nosy neighbors, profound loss, inside jokes, and a sea of boxes.
Formulae & Fairy Tales is based on the life of Alan Turing and his connection to Snow White. Turing was a mathematical genius and World War II code-breaker who is considered the father of artificial intelligence and the computer.
Ones and Zeros, Apples and Poison, Queens and Witches, Formulae and Fairy Tales.
Turing’s work in British intelligence is credited with helping to end WW II. He was criminally prosecuted for being gay and underwent chemical castration in lieu of going to prison. In 1954, he committed suicide by eating an apple laced with cyanide, an act eerily foreshadowed by his favorite film, Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
In Formulae & Fairy Tales, Invertigo’s unique movement-based storytelling explores the multi-dimensional story of how Turing changed the world and the connections between mathematics, fairy tales and love.
The show will incorporate themes of mathematical formalism, LGBTQ issues, and fairy tale fantasies.
We are also celebrating our amazing community programs. There will be performances by our Dancing Through Parkinson's dancers, and our Invert/ED education program students from Hope Street Family Center. Always a hit of the evening, these fabulous dancers bring the house down every time.