Professional Belly Dance Artist in Colorado Springs, CO

Specializing in Oriental and Belly Dance-Western Fusion styles of dance.


Come, sit with us for an evening, and we shall dance you tales.

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Serpentine Visions Dance Company Presents...

Join us for an evening of traditional and alternative theatric belly dance taken from the pages of a story book!

Fairy Tales and Fantasy

Presented by

Courtney Anne


Serpentine Visions Dance Company


Two Performances:

November 5, 2016
7:00 pm

November 6, 2016
2:30 pm

David H. Lord Theater at the Cottonwood Center for the Arts

427 E. Colorado Avenue.
Colorado Springs, CO

Adults: $15 in advance, $18 at the door
Children 12 and Under: $10 in advance, $13 at the door


Seating is limited, so advanced purchase is highly recommended.
Last year's show, Women of Myth and Legend, sold out, so be sure to get your tickets early!
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Questions and Answers

Q: How long do you expect the show to last?

A: The performance is split into two acts of approximately 40-45 minutes a piece, with an intermission, so a little over an hour and a half.

Q: Is this performance appropriate for children?

A: Of course, every parent must decide this for themselves, but we feel that the show would be appropriate for most children, as long as they are able to sit through an hour and a half theater show. Some of the characters we portray could be considered villains or outlaws and so explore slightly darker themes, but not in a way more threatening than a Disney villain.  All music is family friendly, and examples of costuming is shown above.  If you are unfamililar with belly dance, you can see examples of the movement styles in the videos on this site. We welcome well-behaved children, and have children's ticket pricing available.

Q: What do you mean by "theatric belly dance?"

A: By theatric dance, we mean dances that have been designed to tell a story or portray a character and bring in an aspect of drama or theater in aspects such as costuming, props, sets, and dramatic expression. For this show, all dances portray a character, creature, or story from a fairy tale or fantasy world.

Q: What do you mean by "traditional and alternative?"

A: This refers to the style of the music used for the dances.  "Traditional" would refer to the types of music one would normally expect to see a belly dancer perform to, such as Egyptian Oriental or drum solos, while "alternative" refers to other types of music not normally associated with belly dance, such as rock, pop, or new age music.

Q: Is this authentic Middle Eastern belly dance?

A: While this show does include some more traditionally styled pieces, it is generally not belly dance as you might see in the Middle East.  While all the dancers'  foundations are in belly dance, the performers were given the freedom to explore their movement artistically as long as their dance was respectful and in the theme of fairy tales. As a result, some of the performances fuse other forms of more Western dance as well.