Ballet of the Dolls Presents: Cabaret Nudista
Ballet of the Dolls' Cabaret Nudista: Festival of Mexican Music & Dance
$23.50 - $27.50
According to Minneapolis Star Tribune
, Ballet of the Dolls is "Busby Berkeley on speed. It's defiantly anti-high art, dance on its worst behavior, almost daring you to get dirty." Cabaret Nudista
is Ballet of the Dolls' two-week festival of music, dance and performance art inspired by Mexican culture at the historic Ritz Theater in the heart of the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District. Part Dia de los Muertos, part telenovela and part cabaret, this celebration explores the intersections of the spiritual world and the streets of Tijuana today through classical Mexican music, mariachi, hip-hop and more. Join Ballet of the Dolls, who gave the Twin Cities its first year-round dance-theater program, for this fun fiesta!
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The last date listed for Ballet of the Dolls Presents: Cabaret Nudista was Sunday June 23, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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About the Ticket Supplier: Ballet of the Dolls
Ballet of the Dolls was created in 1986 by esteemed choreographer Myron Johnson. Providing the Twin Cities with its first year-round dance-theater program, the company immediately filled a unique niche in the arts community, offering intimate and innovative professional dance-theater performances that appeal to both dance and theater audiences.