|Date:||June 13, 2015|
|Location:||Laney College Theater|
Tickets: $13 advance, $18 door
Kids 4-17 $10 at the door, 3 and under are free.
Tickets available at http://fatreign.brownpapertickets.com/
Venue is wheelchair accessible and across the street from Lake Merritt BART
Big Moves’ own emFATic DANCE takes the stage for an all-new size-diverse performance showcase including special guests Raks Africa, Tyrone Peaches & Brock Cocker, Tigress and Sarah, The Models of Full Figure Entertainment, PawsUP!, Shapes & Shades Dance Company, The Tartlettes (Saturday show), Lucia N. Habitions, and more! The incomparable Juicy D. Light emcees.
Note: To reach the accessible entrance enter the campus from Fallon St. and enter at the back of the theater. Go down the hallway and enter the theater directly. We will have a volunteer check you in at will call or take your money for a ticket. There are accessible bathrooms on this level. There is street parking on Fallon St. and flat, but sloped, pathways to get to the theater. There are a number of disabled parking spaces available in the Laney parking lot closest to 8th St. and Fallon and the theater. From that lot, you will go down an alley behind the theater to the entrance that is closest to 10th St. People can also be dropped off directly at the accessible entrance door. We will have a volunteer posted at the entrance and lots of signs!
The theater is across the street from Lake Merritt BART. We recommend taking BART if you are attending the Sunday show as there is a flea market that happens in one of the campus parking lots on Sunday and parking is more challenging that day.
Additional Accessibility notes: Theater and bathrooms are wheelchair accessible. Fixed theater seats have arms. Seat width on fixed seats with arms is 19 inches. There will be a number of armless chairs in the accessible seating section. We are expanding the accessible section for armless chairs and wheelchairs/scooters this year by removing some of fixed theater seats. We will be reserving the row of seats behind the accessible section so that people in mixed size/ability groups attending the show together can sit together.