A4AC Dance for Food

Dance for Food is a drive where a bag of non-perishable food can get be exchanged for an amazing performance from the area’s top dance companies. Through this program Artists for a Cause has raised over 30,000 pounds of food in Florida. Executive Director of A4AC, Terry Barber, and Dance for Food – St. Louis Artistic Director Linda Green invite HEC-TV behind the scenes as companies that’s be performing at the “Rising Stars” Dance for Food Show prepare for their performance.
The inaugural St. Louis events will take place January 26th and 29th,, 2017. For more information visit www.A4Ac.org.

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