Using dance as its vessel, Wild Saffron transports audiences across Asia, North Africa, and Europe and traces the ancient routes of the spice trade. Viewer and dancer alike explore how common seeds of movement were passed from land to land as well as the geographic, religious, and cultural influences that developed each into its unique dance style. Inherently fusion in its origin, Tribal Fusion style Bellydance weaves in and out of these traditional dances bridging stylistic gaps and expanding on shared aesthetic elements. Enjoy both culturally authentic movement and aesthetic inspiration from India, Cambodia, Indonesia, Persia, Mesopotamia, the Middle East, and the Balkan Peninsula.
Artistic Director, Moria Chappell
Bagoas, Elena Faye, Francesca, Jacinta, Jenna Shear, Koreen, Petite Jamila, Samira Sitara, Setna, and Victoria Teel.
Street Parking: There is some street parking in the neighborhood. This can be the cheapest option, but pay attention to signs and meters as there are often restrictions.
Parking Garages: The closest parking garage is right across the corner at Cathedral and Preston. Event parking there is $12. The Fitzgerald Parking Garage, 2 1/2 blocks away at the corner of Mt. Royal and Oliver Streets, is $10 for events. Theatre Project members enjoy $7 discounted parking at the Fitzgerald Garage.
Parking Lots: Surface parking lots are located at the Mt. Royal Station building of the Maryland Institute College of Art (enter from Cathedral Street).