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Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts - Main Stage
at Mercy Street 500 Castro Street Mountain View, CA 94041
650-903-6000
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Underground free garage, also one next door at Library, free street parking and pay lots.
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Kenyon At Work
I read somewhere that balcony seats sucked. Our definitely did NOT! I'm glad we didn't spring for $$$. Got good view of everything, including massive video effects.
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http://companycballet.org/performances_current.html

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Named one of Dance Magazine’s “25 to Watch” in 2010, the Bay Area’s Company C Contemporary Ballet‘s eclectic and electrifying style redefines ballet for a new generation with its dynamic and adventurous repertoire. The 2011 season opens with an emotional thrill ride from the depths of David Anderson’s soliloquy of grief, loss and hope to heart-pounding and heart-rending ballets by Maurice Causey, Daniel Ezralow, Charles Anderson and Benjamin Bowman. This program challenges the full-on athleticism of the Company and rewards audiences with breath-taking moments of galvanizing choreography, theatrical intensity and the excitement of dance pushed to its technical limits.

About the Ticket Supplier: Company C Contemporary Ballet

Beauty, passion, wit, and drama converge in the stunning performances of California's Company C Contemporary Ballet. Outstanding contemporary choreography is the hallmark of the Company, which is led by founder and Artistic Director Charles Anderson, a former member of the New York City Ballet. The thirteen-member ensemble of classically trained dancers presents a diverse repertoire of contemporary choreography which is moving, provocative, sensual, and entertaining. The repertoire includes works by some of the most accomplished contemporary choreographers of our times, including Twyla Tharp, Paul Taylor, Antony Tudor, Lynne Taylor-Corbett, David Parsons, and Michael Smuin, among others.