Set in a surreal landscape of infinite possibilities, Voyage follows a young woman on her journey into a universe bustling with energy, whimsy, and surprising transformations.
Founded in 1992 by French-born choreographer and visionary Jacques Heim, Diavolo is a cultural pillar of the Los Angeles community. Their work searches to expand the boundaries of what is considered to be dance by creating a living cinematic experience of powerful images and abstract narratives.
Diavolo’s performance will feature Voyage, a piece inspired by space travel and the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing. Company member Christopher Carvalho is a Chapman University dance alumnus.
Tickets are available on www.muscocenter.org.
Musco Center offers assistive listening devices that may be checked out free of charge at the Box Office on the 1st floor plaza level. Wheelchair-accessible seating is available on each level and designated on the seating map. During or after you purchase these seats you will may be contacted to ensure that the features of that location will work for you. You may also alert the Usher at the door upon your arrival to ensure the theatre seat has been removed for you.
Wheelchair accessible seating includes:
Orchestra level: Row B seats 3-8 and Row T seats 1-2
Mezzanine level: Row 2E seats 4-8
Balcony level: Row 3E seats 1-2
Musco Center also offers ASL interpretation upon request