Complexions Contemporary Ballet at Wortham Center's Cullen Theater
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The last date listed for Complexions Contemporary Ballet was Friday October 14, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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The premium seats were worth purchasing for this visual event. The novel performance was well done.
Ballet to U2 and The Rolling Stones. It was a lengthy show with two intermissions but each segment was equally captivating. We had a great time.
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Learn more about Complexions Contemporary Ballet at the company’s website.
Complexions Contemporary Ballet’s Artistic Directors Desmond Richardson and Dwight Rhoden have strived to re-define dance their entire careers. The two have allowed the transformative power of their art to flow freely throughout the entertainment world — from E! to PBS to VH1 to Fox TV’s So You Think You Can Dance, for which they’ve choreographed and Richardson appeared as a celebrity guest performer.
Both former principal dancers — Rhoden with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and Richardson with American Ballet Theatre, they founded Complexions in 1994 to remove boundaries in dance, not reinforce them. Whether it be the limiting traditions of a single style, period, venue, or culture, Complexions transcends them all, creating an open, continually evolving form of dance that reflects the movement of our world — and all its constituent cultures — as an interrelated whole.
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Society for the Performing Arts is the largest nonprofit presenting organization of its kind in the entire Southwest. Each year SPA presents internationally acclaimed artists from the entire performing arts spectrum, traditional to avant-garde alike, from large orchestras and dance companies to recitalists and solo performers, for an entire season of events.