String Theory: Sonic Sculpture, Dance and Music at the Broad Stage
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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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Overall I was disappointed. Most of the the choreography was disjointed gymnastics, I prefer graceful movements. Some of the music was excellent, especially the violinist & the guitarist. The singing was also great. However too much of the music was grating. The sound created by the dancer in costume pictured here was awful. If that costume produced sounds that were pleasant - it could have been exquisite as opposed to torture. The typewriter bit was very well done.
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- See excerpts from String Theory's show at YouTube.
String Theory is a mind-bending ensemble of sonic sculpture, dance and music, guaranteed to stretch your perception of art. (In fact, its signature Long-Stringed Harps have been known to stretch as far as 1,000 feet). Expansive yet intimate, every performance is designed specifically for the venue. So, what you'll see at The Broad is entirely different from what people saw at TED 2010.