Tag Archives: Closing Night

American Overture

Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 8:00pm
AMERICAN OVERTURE is produced and directed by award winning dance filmmaker, John T. Williams which celebrates American diversity, culture, religious freedom, art, innovation and equality set in a collage of iconic surreal imagery. Choreography by Shannon Roberts with performances by San Francisco Ballet dancers Shannon Roberts, Luke Willis and Nutnaree [...]

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Sparkle

Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 8:00pm
Sheri “Sparkle” Williams has been a star dancer with the legendary Dayton Contemporary Dance Company for nearly 40 years – a record virtually unheard of in the professional dance community. Ms. Williams is one of the few dancers outside of New York to be honored with the prestigious Bessie [...]

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Trash Dance

Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 8:00pm
Sometimes inspiration is found in unexpected places. Choreographer Allison Orr sees beauty and grace in garbage trucks — and in the men and women who pick up our trash. She joins city sanitation workers in Austin, Texas to listen, learn, and try to convince them to collaborate in a [...]

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Double Take

Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 6:00pm
Inspired by the story of real-life identical twin dancers, Double Take is a story of family rivalry and aging bodies. Part-drama, part-documentary, it charts each man’s journey to re-connect with his mirror and find redemption along a trail of forgotten memories.

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En Avant

Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 6:00pm
In Fall of 2012, after an 8-year hiatus, the Dance Theatre of Harlem returned to the stage under the direction of founding member and former principal ballerina Virginia Johnson. On the eve of the company’s comeback, filmmaker Gabrielle Lamb, herself a dancer, followed young members of the DTH Ensemble (second [...]

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To Dance Like A Man

Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 6:00pm
Collier’s documentary follows Cuban identical triplets Angel, César and Marcos, the  top young students at Cuba’s renowned National Ballet School as they are poised to begin their dancing careers. Ballet star José Carreño tells the 11-year-olds to pursue their dream, just as he did when he was growing up in [...]

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