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Don't Miss: 'Dragon Tree, Waterfall, Tea'

Professor of Dance Jessica Fogel presents a new work Feb. 15-16 at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens, 1800 N. Dixboro Road.

Fogel is choreographer of "Dragon Tree, Waterfall, Tea," a unique journey through the conservatory. Generating expressive movement in response to both the appearance and use of the esoteric plants on display, performers dance amidst trees and waterfalls, ledges, bridges and walls. Greg Laman, composer and sound engineer for the School of Music, will create a sound for the performance.

Performances are free and open to the general public, but regular admission will be charged to the conservatory (adults $3, children $1, U-M students free with ID). Seating is limited and reservations are required.

To make a reservation, call (734) 998-7061.

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