Cuicani in Xochitl: Aztec Dance Company
Cuicani In Xochitl are members of a family-oriented tradition, which utilizes motion as a medium to develop spiritual self-awareness. The Xitontequisa, or Aztec dancing as it is commonly known is a native tradition of ancient Mexico that survives today in spite of cultural and spiritual biases. Its survival in modern times is a testimony of its immense spiritual and cultural value. Recommended ages: All The Carver Center'sYouth Matinee Series engages children, teachers and families through the performing arts by igniting imaginations and introducing students to the diverse cultures of our global community. These performances open doors to greater knowledge and understanding of our world, and foster appreciation for the arts and learning. All performances are free, but require reservations. All matinees begin at 11:00 am and last approximately an hour. For assistance with online registration, call the Carver Box Office (210-207-2234), M-F, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. or email email@example.com FAQs General Information Start. 11 a.m. Running time. 60 minutes Arrivals. Schools and groups should arrive between 10:15 and 10:45 a.m. Seating. All tickets are General Admission seating; however, depending upon attendance estimates, assigned sections may be implemented. The Carver reserves the right to administer and designate all seating at every matinee. ADA Accessibility and Accommodations Accessibility. ADA entrances are located at the north and south sides of the venue. Convenient unloading is available beside the venue on Center Street. ADA seating is available only on the Orchestra Level. The Balcony is not ADA accessible. Designated Parking is available in the parking lot behind the venue (accessible from Center Street) and at 215 N. Hackberry. ADA Accommodations. This includes, but is not limited to, wheelchair seating, limited mobility, and vision If a guest requires an accommodation, call the Carver Box Office, 210-207-2719, or email firstname.lastname@example.org The Carver provides sign language interpreters to those guests who request such an accommodation. Either the guest in need or a member of their party must request this service a minimum of two (2) weeks prior to the performance. This may be done via email at email@example.com or by phone 210-207-2719. Ticket Categories (Descriptions) Adult Daycare/Special Needs Groups. Public and private adult daycare and Special Needs providers can reserve group tickets, but should make reservations for best-estimate attendance. Group size at the event my not exceed your reservation request. CoSA Community & Senior Centers. Official City of San Antonio Community and Senior Centers only. All accommodations for Senior Citizens and Special Needs individuals will be made on the Orchestra Levels Youth groups may be assigned Balcony or Orchestra seating. General Public. The general public not eligible for any other ticket types can reserve tickets in limited quantities. Homeschool Family. Only individual families can reserve "Homeschool Family" requests. Group reservations for not permitted. If individual families wish to sit together at the performance, all parties must wait in the lobby to be seated as a group if space permits. Schools, Public/School, Private. Only TEA affiliated Public and Charter Schools (including Texas Virtual Public Schools Network) and TPSAC Private schools can reserve "School" tickets. Homeschool groups and co-ops are not eligible for school reservations. All School registrations will be reviewed for eligibility. If we determine your request to be ineligible, you will be contacted to correct your ticket request. Social Service Agency Youth Groups. Public and private social service agencies, such as group homes, children's and family shelters, etc., can reserve "Social Service Agency Youth Group tickets." Registration Process When can I register? September 2019- December 2019 matinees: August 30, 2019. January 2020 - May 2020: November 1, 2019.
226 North Hackberry
San Antonio, TX