National Dance Institute: The Celebration Team
National Dance Institute's The Celebration Team at Symphony Space
Symphony Space presents National Dance Institute's The Celebration Team. Founded by ballet star Jacques d'Amboise, National Dance Institute has transformed the lives of more than 2 million children through award-winning arts and learning programs, and through their spectacular and colorful public performances for more than 35 years. The Celebration Team dancers are kids ages 9 to 15, drawn from schools throughout the NYC metro area. Witness the magic and spectacle of these amazing kids dancing their hearts out in this high-energy performance for the entire family. This joy-filled performance will feature excerpts of the company's 2011 Event of the Year, A Sense of Wonder: Science and the Arts Play Together
; new pieces performed to the music of Stevie Wonder's "Overjoyed"; Michael Jackson's "Thriller"; and the finale to the hit Broadway musical Hairspray
, as well as other selected works.
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The last date listed for National Dance Institute: The Celebration Team was Saturday November 5, 2011 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Peter Jay Sharp Theater, Symphony Space
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Never was detention so fun -- or so poignant -- as in John Hughes' 1985 film The Breakfast Club…
Nice little bar in back corner of theater w/wine and beer -- ok to drink in your seats.
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Quotes & Highlights
Check out National Dance Institute’s website.
From A Sense of Wonder:
“Systems of the Body”
Stevie Wonder preview:
Finale From Hairspray:
“You Can’t Stop the Beat”
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