Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company (gwirtzmandance.org) launches Into The Streets, a dance film shot in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. With wit, great will and a cast of dancers of diverse backgrounds, choreographer and dancer Daniel Gwirtzman leads the enthusiastic into the streets of Salvador da Bahia, the former capital of Brazil. Filmed at the time of historic protests this film is a peaceful response to the violent uprisings. In the heart of Afro-Brazil, blocks away from where Michael Jackson famously shot his video "They Don't Care About Us," the dance encapsulates the Company's manifesto that dance is for everyone. The film is part of The Brazil Series, part of Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company's 15th Anniversary Season, launching fifteen events over fifteen weeks. To see the other dane films made in Brazil, visit gwirtzmandance.org/fifteen. Into The Streets was made possible thanks to the generous support of the Sacatar Foundation.

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