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Parking is $10 paid as you enter parking structure adjacent to Hall which is connected with foot bridge
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The weather was Light cover for a/c. I wore Suit jacket and skirt.
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4.9 average rating
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8 events
4 reviews
5 stars
attended Mar 27 2014

my wife and I and granddaughter had a wonderful time the show was great the theater is very nice the seats were a good distance from the stage however I would have liked them to be a bit more centered but we really enjoyed it!

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Goldstar Member Red Velvet
6 events
2 reviews
1 stars
attended Mar 28 2014

Amazing!! As usual!! This company NEVER disappoints, I could watch them again and again!

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14 events
2 reviews
6 stars
attended Mar 28 2014

It was great and the extra added bonus of an earthquake rumble at 9:09 on Friday was interesting!

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Website

http://www.scfta.org/home/Events/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1472

Description

Program A (Thursday, March 27, 7:30pm. / Friday, March 28, 7:30pm)

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Chroma (2006) | First time performed by the Company on the West Coast *

C__horeographed by Wayne McGregor **

The groundbreaking British choreographer’s contemporary ballet is full of sensory surprises: sumptuous movement, a driving score by Joby Talbot with orchestrations of songs by The White Stripes, and a luminous set by minimalist architect John Pawson. The New York Observer wrote: “With new additions to the repertory, Robert Battle’s company looks to the future. Wayne McGregor’s Chroma was a standout.” **__

D-Man in the Waters (Part I) __**(1989, revised 1998) | First time performed by the Company on the West Coast **

Choreographed by Bill T. Jones**

“It is as if Mr. Jones’ movement invention had simply poured out of him.” In this exhilarating work by Kennedy Center Honoree, MacArthur Grant awardee and Tony® Award-winner Bill T. Jones (Fela!, Spring Awakening_), rigorous formalism and musicality embody resilience and triumph over loss. The piece captures the infectious energy, innocence and will to survive of a beleaguered generation, and though it deals with sorrow, it maintains a defiantly celebratory tone. **_

Revelations (1960) *

C__****horeographed by Alvin Ailey **

This season celebrates five decades of Ailey’s timeless masterpiece, Revelations, an American classic called a must-see for all people. Ailey said that one of America’s richest treasures was the cultural heritage of the African American – “sometimes sorrowful, sometimes jubilant, but always hopeful.” This enduring classic is a tribute to that heritage and to Ailey’s genius. Using African American religious music –spirituals – this suite fervently explores the places of deepest grief and holiest joy in the soul.