Albuquerque-based performing arts troupe Artrageous will perform at 7:30 p.m. June 24 at Farmington Civic Center, 200 W. Arrington St.
The show will feature live music synced with artists and dancers as they light up the stage and pay tribute to great artists and cultural icons throughout history using a variety of artistic genres.
Huge, gallery-ready paintings will materialize in an orchestrated display of talent, using splattering paint, illuminating black lights, synchronized movement and unique costuming.
“We can’t wait to share the stage with Farmington after being on the road for so long,” said Lauri Francis, Artrageous producer and performer. “This show is designed to bring people together in celebration of the arts and foster a sense of joy and wellness in our community.”
Leading up to the performance, the troupe’s nonprofit arm, Artreach, will host a free arts-based summer camp for children in grades four to eight from June 19 to 23 at the civic center.
To register for the camp, visit www.artrageousartreach.org/summer-camp.
Tickets are $14 to $18. To purchase show tickets, visit www.onthestage.tickets.