Throughout innovative choreography, aerial work and theater, VF Dance Theater is excited to show its new work about how memories—even the hard ones—can keep the ones we love alive.
Based on a true story, the show raises awareness for Breast cancer using the arts. However it is not about Death, but It’s about how a strong spirit can never really be extinguished. It’s about a family coping, healing, and moving forward. In conjunction with a book that was written with the show “Balou the Comforter” the company hopes to offer HOPE and healing to those battling with cancer and their loved ones.
General Admission: $25
About VF Dance Theater:
Veronika Farkas, founder and artistic director of VF Dance and Fitness, LLC was born in Budapest, Hungary where she started her career at a very early age. During her childhood, she was exposed to strict European dance training, acting and voice lessons in various Conservatory Programs. Boarding Art/Dance schools included such places as the Budapest Ballet Dance Academy in Hungary, the Moscow Ballet Academy in Russia and the Berlin School for the Performing Arts in Germany.
While beginning to train at a very early age Veronika’s performing career also began. At age 7, she was cast as “Cosette” in the world tour of Les Misérables to Japan and in Germany for three seasons. At age 10 while continuing her training in the above great schools she received numerous film credits as a child actor, and was doing several voice-overs works for American movies coming into Hungary. As a young teen, Veronika was cast in Evita that toured in France, Alaska and all over Eastern Europe.
Moving to the US she continued to dance at Maryland Youth Ballet, the Alvin Ailey School and Broadway Dance Center in New York and even lived in Cancun Mexico where she has danced and trained Dolphins.
Veronika holds degrees in Dance Choreography and Performance, Theater Performance, and Arts Management. She is a certified trainer and group fitness instructor and proud member of AFAA (Aerobics and Fitness Association of America) Mrs.Farkas has been on the faculty for many organizations, such as Director of Dance at Imagination Stage, BlackRock Center for the Arts, and Sidwell Friends School. After completing a strong background in the art side, Ms. Farkas decided to step to the medical side of the field and completed a Human Movement /Athletic Track Program at Arizona School of Health and Sciences (A/T Still University).