MCVD CONCERT: HOLIDAYS COLLIDE
Holidays Collide will incorporate contemporary and hip-hop dance and is inspired by the story, The Nightmare Before Christmas!
Jack Skellington, Halloween Town’s leader, is bored with the routine of creating Halloween every year. While on a journey to clear his head, Jack stumbles upon a new world: Christmas Town. Once he sees the magic of this new land, he becomes inspired and plans to take over the beloved holiday for himself, including the kidnapping and impersonation of Santa Claus. However, Jack’s plans suddenly take a turn for the worst.
Choreographers - Michael Knight, Sara Rohs, Papa-Kobina "Kobby" Brewoo, Sarah Dewey and Victoria Kemnetz.
A Step Above Dance & Music Academy
5901 Monona Dr. Monona, WI
Holidays Collide Concert
Sunday | November 18 | 10 am & 3:00 pm
($15 for students and seniors, $20 for adults)
3550 Anderson St, Madison, WI
Tickets on sale Oct 22
Ticket questions (608) 243-4000
Place an ad in MCVD’s 2018 Holidays Collide performance program!
An ad in the Holidays Collide program is a wonderful opportunity to advertise your business to a diverse group of audience members or send words of love and support to your dancer.
Ad sizes and pricing
1/2 page (4” x 5.5”) - $25
Full page (8” x 5.5”) - $50
Size of Concert Program Ad (1/2 page or full page):
Please email pictures and information to regarding your ad to Sara Rohs (email@example.com) no later than Friday, November 9. Programs will be printed in black and white.
Please make checks payable to Madison Contemporary Vision Dance and drop off at
A Step Above Dance and Music Academy or mail to:
Madison Contemporary Vision Dance
P.O. Box 7605
Madison, WI 53707
Help support the scholarship fund with a tax-deductible donation
Special Thanks To
This project is funded in part by a grant from the Madison Arts Commission, with additional funds from the Wisconsin Arts Board. This project is supported by Dane Arts with additional funds from the Endres Mfg. Company Foundation, The Evjue Foundation, Inc., charitable arm of The Capital Times, the W. Jerome Frautschi Foundation, and the Pleasant T. Rowland Foundation.