May will be a big month for Allison Orr. As she gears up for her dance company’s next project in September, she’ll urge fans of Forklift Danceworks to watch a documentary of the group’s most well-known performance. She’ll also dance under the sparkling glow of a disco ball for Forklift’s annual fundraiser at Zach Theatre’s Nowlin Studio.
“Remember when you would go to dances in middle school and just cut loose? Just not care at all how you looked? This is going to be like that,” Orr said about the May 18 event called Studio 54klift: I Love You But I’ve Chosen Disco.
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