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Lux Aeterna Dance Company

Punctum Saliens

October 5 at 7:30pm


Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz is proud to present a spectacular evening of interdisciplinary contemporary/acrobatic dance, Lux Aeterna Dance Company’s Punctum Saliens, premiering in the US on Wednesday, October 5, 2016. The critically acclaimed, Los Angeles-based Lux Aeterna, founded and directed by pioneering breakdance daredevil Jacob Kujo Lyons, will perform with dancers Lee “Mislee” Chesley, Lamonte “Tales” Goode, Rauf “Rubberlegz” Yasit and Jacob “Kujo” Lyons.

Creative dancer-choreographer Kujo is known for an eclectic and powerful movement vocabulary, which fuses various art forms such as breaking, contemporary dance, and circus arts. The award-winning company cultivates beauty from sources that might not otherwise be considered beautiful, in the traditional sense, transforming urban techniques into something transcendent, geometric and radiant. Of Kujo, former Los Angeles Times Dance Critic Lewis Segal says, “there is no more-brilliant choreographer in Los Angeles at the moment.”

A free cheese tasting , cookies tasting and a no host bar will be available before the show.

This show is part of the French-US dance exchange with Compagnie Par Terre.
October 5:
Punctum Saliens by Lux Aeterna, a 60 min choreographic creation by Jacob “Kujo” Lyons with 
4 dancers and a 5 min extract of Autarcie (....) by Compagnie Par Terre.
October 6:
Autarcie (....) by Compagnie Par Terre a 60 min performance by Anne Nguyen with 
4 female dancers and a 5 min extract by Lux Aeterna company. 

This event is supported by FLAX foundation (France Los Angeles Exchange), FUSED: French-US Exchange in Dance, a program of the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States, and FACE Foundation, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, the Florence Gould Foundation, and the French Ministry of Culture and Communication.

Individual tickets  available here.
 Save 20% with package of 2 dance performances, available here.

 Press Release



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