Crossing Currents: Minnesota Dance Theatre Presents a World Premiere and a Look Back
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The last date listed for Minnesota Dance Theatre: Crossing Currents was Sunday April 10, 2011 / 2:00pm.
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The fight to win prom king and queen is getting pretty crazy in Class of '85, a high-energy dance show with a live band and vocalists. You'll be dancing in your seat as the performers rock out to classics like "Express Yourself," "How Will I Know," "Footloose," "Man in the Mirror" and lots more '80s hits. And you can even get in on the act by wearing your favorite '80s throwback outfit and competing in the intermission dance contest. The show also features a hosted bar by Anheuser-Busch and Total Wine and the chance to score a free or discounted ride from Uber. Whether you were an '80s kid or just love watching Breakfast Club on Netflix you'll enjoy this raucous tribute to one of the craziest decades ever. Learn More
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Minnesota Dance Theatre (MDT) presents Crossing Currents to close its current performance season at the Lab Theater. This Minnesota dance event offers a world premiere and a triptych of art-inspired works. MDT celebrates its eclectic repertory, exclusive work, past commissions and the new as it looks forward to its 50th anniversary in 2012.
Bessie Award winner and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater company dancer dynamo Boykin returns to Minnesota with her “…finely sculpted, expressive movement that challenges both body and mind.” (The Village Voice)
_Art-Inspired Work: _
Fricke/Gagaku and Kodo Drummers of Japan
“Inspired by sculptures of Paul Granlund with flight as a metaphor for our instinctual craving for boldness.” (Wynn Fricke)
_Two Fridas _
“A duet exploring Frida Kahlo’s relationship to pain, limitations and fragility of the body and desires that exist within.” (Wynn Fricke)
_Digging for Clay _
“A contemporary work examining the compelling, enduring and inspired relationship between sculptors Camille Claudel and Auguste Rodin.” (Cynthia Gutierrez-Garner)
_Bred in the Bone _
Originally choreographed for MDT in 1997, this piece draws from structured ideas of ritual and repetition playing with the perception of boundaries.
_The program lineup was current at the time of publication; it is subject to change without notice. _