Beijing Modern Dance Company Performs Rear Light to Pink Floyd's The Wall
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The last date listed for Rear Light was Saturday March 5, 2005 / 8:00pm.
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The line between devotion and obsession gets blurred in the powerfully theatrical Dido/Bluebeard. Henry Purcell's Dido and Aeneas is an intimately scaled tragedy about an ill-fated queen and Béla Bartók's Bluebeard's Castle is a suspenseful orchestral showpiece that centers on an impulsive young bride and the dark truths she uncovers about her husband. Helmed by the director of LA Opera's popular recent production of The Magic Flute, this pairing of one-act masterpieces is performed in English and Hungarian with projected English translations. Learn More
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Back by popular demand, China’s leading modern dance company rocks the stage with an extraordinary synthesis of Chinese traditions and bold artistic innovations. Witness its boundless energy and creativity, and you’ll quickly see why this ensemble earned the Grand Prix at the International Modern Choreography Competition in Belarus.
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