Guided by founder and artistic director Lydia Hance, Frame Dance Productions has been dedicated to the act of creating dance in Houston for the past 11 years. To commemorate a decade (+1!) of acclaimed work, as Nancy Wozny describes in Dance Magazine, “Lydia Hance, the city's reigning guru of dance in public places, plans a celebration of her organization Frame Dance in the roomy McGovern Gardens." The choreography deliberately prioritizes space and safety, taking advantage of the rich and varied spread of the gardens. 

Originally scheduled in 2020 to celebrate a decade of Frame Dance Productions since its founding in 2010, this event - postponed by the pandemic - re-emerges now to recognize 10+1 years of the company and the return to public dance performance. Ticket holders will have reserved seating, staggered timed entrance times, floral-inspired cocktails and an edible flower treat. Performance spaces are outdoors in the gardens and a seated portion of the performance will be at the Cherie Flores Garden Pavilion. 

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Speak Softly Like Flowers

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Guided by founder and artistic director Lydia Hance, Frame Dance Productions has been dedicated to the act of creating dance in Houston for the past 11 years. To commemorate a decade (+1!) of acclaimed work, as Nancy Wozny describes in Dance Magazine, “Lydia Hance, the city's reigning guru of dance in public places, plans a celebration of her organization Frame Dance in the roomy McGovern Gardens." The choreography deliberately prioritizes space and safety, taking advantage of the rich and varied spread of the gardens. 

Originally scheduled in 2020 to celebrate a decade of Frame Dance Productions since its founding in 2010, this event - postponed by the pandemic - re-emerges now to recognize 10+1 years of the company and the return to public dance performance. Ticket holders will have reserved seating, staggered timed entrance times, floral-inspired cocktails and an edible flower treat. Performance spaces are outdoors in the gardens and a seated portion of the performance will be at the Cherie Flores Garden Pavilion.