Ross Dance 2011 Bay Area Praise Dance Festival at The Julia Morgan
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The last date listed for Ross Dance 2011 Bay Area Praise Dance Festival was Sunday June 26, 2011 / 7:00pm.
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Based on the enduring 1905 novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett (author of The Secret Garden), this musical adaptation of A Little Princess, presented by Berkeley Playhouse, centers around Sara Crewe, a generous and inventive young girl who is left at the mercy of a cruel headmistress after her father disappears searching for the mysterious city of Timbuktu. Though made to work as a servant in a boarding school, Sara finds within herself the heart of a princess in this song-filled adaptation, designed to delight adults and kids alike. The musical was written by Brian Crawley and Tony-nominated composer Andrew Lippa (Big Fish, The Addams Family, The Wild Party). Learn More
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Come together as a community to celebrate the Gospel through praise dance. The festival features praise dance groups and local gospel artists from all over California.
June 26, 2011 at 3:00pm:
First Baptist of Pittsburg, Covenant Worship Center, Erik Lee, FAME, Lauren Pitcher, musical guest Alfred Lyons-Campbell, and special performance by Ross Dance.
June 26, 2011 at 7:00pm:
True Hope Church of God in Christ, Praise Fellowship Bible Church, Los Angeles' Passion for Christ Movement, First Baptist of Pittsburg, Covenant Worship Center's dancers, Lauren Pitcher, musical guests Covenant Worship Center's Voices and Alfreda Lyons-Campbell, and special performance by Ross Dance.
About the Ticket Supplier: Ross Dance Company
Ross Dance Company is a professional praise and contemporary dance company in Oakland and is led by Dwight and Dr. Tecsia Evans. Ross has been described by San Francisco Sentinel, The Examiner, and Oakland Tribune to be invigorating, engaging and up and coming dance company in the Bay Area. Ross is committed to creating work that highlights and comment on the social discourse and victories that individuals face in their relationships, spirituality, and society.