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INNERMOTION
THE INCEST SURVIVORS DANCE THEATRE COMPANY
PO Box 030232
Fort Lauderdale , FL 33303

Phone: 9545370636  
 

Fax: 9544625777    

Web Address: http://www.innermotion.org/

Contacts:
Sharon Daugherty, Executive/Artistic Director, 9544944131


Purpose:
To be an engine for social change through the arts; to create and artistic social movement that unites all people in an effort to eradicate childhood sexual abuse for the purpose of improving the quality of life for everyone; to be operated exclusively for charitable and education purposes including presentations through interpretive dance and other art forms as an expression of emotion to effect healing and recovery from incest and other sexual abuse and childhood traumas.


Projects:
Year round series of performances, dance workshops and classes to audiences throughout Broward County. All activities are open to the public bur are targeted towards those who have suffered sexual or physical violence, bringing to them a unique and powerful cultural experience that is richly rewarding and ultimately healing. The 2003-2004 season will present dramatic and comedy shows including a Hispanic bi-lingual performance.
The schedule of events includes four, 2 hour performances and eight all day movement workshops. The performances will occur at the Main Library Auditorium and the movement workshops occur at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Oakland Park. Innermotion offers speakers, trainings and consultations on the performances, movement classes and related issues using the arts as a medium for expressive healing.