Dances associated with rites of passage throughout the world will be featured at the Fullerton Museum Center on Saturday at 8 p.m.
The program complements the center's current exhibit, "Rites of Passage in America: Traditions of the Life Cycle." The dance troupes will be:
* The Intertribal Dancers, a group of Native Americans who will do traditional Indian dances, celebrating the major events in life, including birth and death.
* Dunaj, which will perform an Austro-Hungarian man's coming-of-age dance and a Polish wedding dance.
* Xochitlpitzahuatl, a Mexican folkloric group that will present "Danza de los Viejitos," a dance depicting old men, and a traditional wedding dance.
* Vaselo Selo, performing a Romanian wedding dance, mothers and babies dances and a Serbian funeral dance.
Tickets are $7 for members and $9 for others. The price includes admission to the "Rites of Passage" exhibit. Reservations are required because of limited seating, center officials said.
Information: (714) 738-6545.