Celebrate Dance 2010, Featuring Nine Top Dance Companies
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One of Alfred Hitchcock's best and one of the all-time great films, Rear Window comes to the beautiful historic Alex Theatre for a special 60th anniversary screening. When a broken leg leaves him wheelchair bound in his New York apartment, news photographer James Stewart passes the time by observing his neighbors -- and begins to believe one of them (Raymond Burr) may have murdered his wife. Aided by his fashionable high-society girlfriend (Grace Kelly) and his wisecracking no-nonsense nurse (Thelma Ritter), Stewart sets out to get to the bottom of the mystery. Included in two of AFI's "Top 100" lists, Rear Window captures the Master of Suspense at the top of his game. Learn More
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Featured review from Anita G.
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The Alex Theatre is a beautiful venue. Almost worth the ticket price, to experience the architecture and richness of this classic theatre.
The show also, was worth more than the price of the Goldstar tickets. Our seats were wonderful and all four of us agreed that we would like to attend this annual event next year.
Award winning Executive Producer Jamie Nichols presents Celebrate Dance 2010 at the historic Alex Theatre in Glendale, California. The critically acclaimed show will include a line-up of nine “knock out” dance companies, “smashing” new work, and debuts by ingenious choreographers. A one-night-only dance event showcasing ballet, jazz, modern and contemporary dance and stunning aerial dance, all skillfully ehnanced by lighting designer Eileen Cooley, the recipient of seven Lester Horton Dance Awards.
BARE Dance Company (Mike Esperanza, Artistic Director) debuts with this year’s Celebrate Dance and offers “Drift,” the gorgeous, award-winning contemporary quartet restaged for the Alex, exploring how relationships weave in and out of lives.
Body Current Dance (Lorin Johnson, Artistic Director) The former American Ballet Theatre dancer debuts his contemporary ballet company and offers the premiere “My Breath Comes Differently” for dancers on pointe, to the music of cellist Joan Jeanrenaud.
Catch Me Bird (Nehara Kalev & Derrick Jones, Artistic Directors) The husband a wife team restage the aerial duet “Guiding Rings.”
JazzAntiqua Dance and Music Ensemble (Pat Taylor, Artistic Director) Inspired by the African American experience, Taylor offers a hot premiere titled “Expansions” featuring nine dancers. This will be the company’s third time to contribute to Celebrate Dance.
Josie Walsh’s MyoKyo presents an edgy contemporary duet “Found.”
Macarena Gandarillas debuts her company Visions Dance Theatre with the award-winning story ballet for seven dancers titled “Always Remember… Never to Forget”
Motion Tribe (Marie de la Palme Artistic Director) offers the ethereal acrobatic award-winning duet “The Cage” restaged for the Alex Theatre and performed in a wheeled cage.
PTERO Dance Theatre (Paula Present, Artistic Director) premieres the luscious “Joie de Vivre,” a modern sextet inspired by the poetry of Khalil Gibran.
RhetOracle Dance Company (Nathan Hodges, Artistic Director) returns to Celebrate Dance after a critically acclaimed performance in 2009 and premieres “Flowers That Pick Themselves,” a contemporary jazz work for seven dancers.
For three consecutive years Celebrate Dance has been awarded the Lester Horton Dance Award for Outstanding Achievement for Festival, and a considerable number of participants have received Lester Horton Dance Award nominations and awards from showing their work in the annual festival presented by “impresaria” Jamie Nichols. For the last two years, the event has sold out, with enthusiastic audiences of all ages.
Jamie Nichols was the Artistic Director and founder of the Pasadena based contemporary dance company Fast Feet for 23 years. Until retiring her dance company in 2003, she self-produced her work in festivals and venues throughout California. Critically acclaimed for the emotional intensity and eloquence of her dancing and choreography, she has been nominated in past years for several Lester Horton Dance Awards and was the recipient of four Lester Horton Dance Awards most recently the recipient of a 2007 Lester Horton Dance Award for Outstanding Achievement in Producing a Festival for Celebrate Dance 2006, 2007 and 2008. Ms. Nichols is the marketing director, fundraiser, press contact and sole producer of Celebrate Dance. She has also produced modern dance icon Marion Scott’s Spirit Dances 10 at Highways Performance Space, the successful 16th Annual Lester Horton Dance Awards, Co-Produced with Theater Bethune, Ray Bradbury’s FROST and FIRE, and Co-Produced the Los Angeles Dance Invitational for six years.
Celebrate Dance 2010 is sponsored in part by the generosity of the Flourish Foundation.