Pacific Ballet Dance Theatre Moves to The British Beat
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The last date listed for The British Beat was Saturday August 24, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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On the heels of choreographing nearly 800 dancers for the Olympic opening ceremonies in Sochi, Daniel Ezralow brings his L.A.-based company, Ezralow Dance, to the Ford. Hailed as "one of the best American dancer-choreographers now working" by the Chicago Tribune, Ezralow has left his stamp all over the world from Las Vegas (he choreographed Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil) to Broadway (he designed the jaw-dropping aerial tangos of Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark) to Paris (he worked with the world-famous Paris Opera Ballet). Now the choreographer The New York Times calls "unforgettably gutsy" premieres a commissioned piece with live music under the stars. Learn More
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Featured review from S. CraigRed Velvet
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The "ballet" aspect was in some acts not up to par with top classical performances, but considering the program, all right. We especially enjoyed the James Bond homage, although technical glitches marred this particular segment. "James Bond" gamely, re-booted his performance, and did a Bondian "do-over".
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When I bought tickets for this event I did not quite know what to expect. Never heard of this dance company before and event details did not reveal much as to what this production would really look like. It was awesome! So much work had been done...continued
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