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    Sossy Mechanics: Trick Boxing

    Sossy Mechanics: Trick Boxing

    Presented by CSB/SJU Fine Arts Series at CSB Benedicta Arts Center - Colman Theatre (Black Box)

    November 7-November 8, 2014

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    Trick Boxing tells the endearing tale of Dancing Danny, who is caught between a rock and a hard place. Indebted to a street tough, Danny reluctantly becomes a boxer to pay him back. While training, he meets a dancer named Bella who teaches him a few tricks of her own.
    This smash hit physical comedy features the glamour of classical movie musicals, 1930s music, Fred-and-Ginger style dancing and boxing to tell a romantic rags-to-riches story about beating the odds.

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      • Venue Info

        CSB Benedicta Arts Center - Colman Theatre (Black Box)

        37 South College Avenue
        Saint Joseph, MN 56374

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      • Admission Info


        $20, Senior $17, Faculty/Staff $10, Student/Youth $10

        Info Phone: 320-363-5777

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      • Dates & Times

        November 7-November 8, 2014


        7:30 p.m.

      • Accessibility Info

          Fine Arts Programming provides regular services for patrons with special needs and seeks opportunities to extend our hospitality. Patrons are encouraged to request and recommend services that will enhance their experience in our facilities. Call 320-363-5777 with any accessibility questions.

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