With funding from an Indiegogo campaign, Licia Perea, her Latina Dance Theater Project and the ever-adventurous Bootleg Theater return with a new edition of BlakTina 2. The obliquely named showcase spotlights midcareer and emerging Latino and African-American choreographers based in L.A. Dancemakers Cyrian Reed, Dorcas Román, Marina Marina Magalhães/Allison Gray and Michelle Funderburk contribute new works, while Sofia Carreras, Rande Dorn, Joshua Romero, Crystal Sepúlveda and Maura Townsend offer previously restaged pieces. The styles include hip-hop, tap, jazz and even spoken-word, with poetry by Maya Angelou. Bootleg Theater, 2200 Beverly Blvd., Echo Park; Thu.-Sat., Sept. 4-6, 7:30 p.m.; $20. (213) 389-3856, bootlegtheater.org.

Sept. 4-6, 7:30 p.m., 2014
(Expired: 09/06/14)

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