Northwest NEWS

April 24, 2000

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Lelavision at Cedarcrest Performing Arts Center

   DUVALL--Wacky musical sculpture inventions animated through witty movement theatre--to rattle the senses. Lelavision, the collaborative creation of Ela Lamblin and Leah Mann, has captivated audiences at the Edinburgh Fringe Fest and the Seattle Fringe Festival. On April 30 at 2 p.m., they bring their engaging artistry to Duvall's Cedarcrest Performing Arts Center as part of the Arts Onstage season.

   This original genre integrates music and movement together so that, as the Seattle Times put it, "the choreography ... instead of being performed to a musical score, arises from playing the instruments ... The effect of this concentration on listening is that of seeing sound as shape. This is a show for all ages to enjoy. Bring your childhood sense of play and prepare to be swept away by Lelavision's inspired performance art."

   The Cedarcrest Performing Arts Center is located at 29000 NE 150th Street in Duvall. Tickets may be purchased at Pumps & Grinds, Gardens & SunSpaces, or Main Street Music in the Main Street shopping district of Duvall.

   Ticket prices are $8 adults, $5 for students and seniors. Children under five are free, but a ticket is required. For more information, call Jan at 425-844-8516 or visit