THE DANCE SERIES
Unique. Passionate. Bold.
The Dance Series returns to the Civic Center stage with three unique, groundbreaking companies, bringing the best of what the dance world has to offer. Each pushes the boundaries of flawless physicality and compelling stories, from breakthrough interpretations of swing to a legendary choreographer’s debut in Des Moines, bringing new, bold movements.
Experience for yourself why this “artistic adventure” has become a favorite night out! See all three shows for as low as $50!
SEASON TICKET INFORMATION
EXCLUSIVE SEASON TICKET HOLDER BENEFITS
You can swap your tickets from one production in the Dance Series Season Ticket Package to any Des Moines Performing Arts presentation in the Broadway Series, Temple Comedy Series, Family Series, Live at the Temple Concert Series or Nat Geo Live Series*
*If you are swapping shows into a Broadway Package Add-On, you may do this at any time. All other show swaps will begin when tickets for your desired production go on public sale. If new tickets are higher priced than original tickets, payment for the difference will be applied at the time of substitution. These requests must be made at least 24 hours prior to your scheduled curtain time. Show substitutions can be made in-person at the Civic Center Ticket Office or by calling (515)246-2322.
Season Ticket Holders are first in line to lock in the best seats and can save up to 10% on 3-show packages. Enroll in Auto Renew and save an additional 5% on selected price levels.
Select the payment option that’s right for you! Take advantage of monthly payments, split your order into two payments or pay in full when your order is processed.
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AUTO RENEW OFFERS THE BEST, EXCLUSIVE BENEFITS.
All season ticket holders get exclusive benefits, but be sure to select Auto Renew when ordering to save an additional 5% plus, easy automatic renewals each year!
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This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit www.arts.gov.