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Vegan Choreographer Premieres Animal-Friendly Dance

Cynthia King’s latest piece represents political, social, and animal-rights issues.

This fall, Cynthia King, vegan dancer, choreographer, and creator of a line of cruelty-free ballet slippers, will present her latest dance recital entitled Framed. The compilation, performed by adults and children, portray controversial topics such as animal welfare and the objectification of young women in modern society. The performances will showcase original music, stage sets, and costumes as a part of a collaborative effort from everyone behind-the-scenes. Framed will make its debut October 6 in Brooklyn, NY at the Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts. Tickets are currently available for purchase.

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