Ross Dance Company Presents Speak
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The last date listed for Ross Dance Company Presents Speak was Saturday November 17, 2007 / 8:00pm.
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Southern California's only Nutcracker production with a full symphony orchestra stars So You Think You Can Dance finalist Melissa Sandvig and Seth Orza, principal dancer with the Pacific Northwest Ballet. Now in its 31st season, this stunning version of Tchaikovsky's classic ballet by artistic director David Wilcox also boasts sparkling sets and costumes, dazzling pyrotechnics and magic effects -- along with a special appearance by Rebel, Long Beach Ballet's gorgeous white Arabian horse. The Los Angeles Times calls it "opulent, family-oriented holiday entertainment." Learn More
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- "Their dancing was consistent with a style and form that speaks volumes about good dance training....The Ross Dance Company is a well-versed ensemble and does have a predilection for modern jazz dance." --Beverly Hills Outlook
Oakland-based Ross Dance Company, the dynamic modern/jazz ensemble, returns to Los Angeles with Speak. This is an intellectual and riveting evening program that uses modern jazz, spoken word, video documentary and rhythm and blues to share the intimate and real life stories of inspiring survivors of domestic abuse. Artistic Director Tecsia Ross provocatively blends athleticism and lyricism to create an unforgettable experience that is tremendously inspiring.
About the Ticket Supplier: Ross Dance Company
Ross Dance Company is a professional praise and contemporary dance company in Oakland and is led by Dwight and Dr. Tecsia Evans. Ross has been described by San Francisco Sentinel, The Examiner, and Oakland Tribune to be invigorating, engaging and up and coming dance company in the Bay Area. Ross is committed to creating work that highlights and comment on the social discourse and victories that individuals face in their relationships, spirituality, and society.