Pacific Northwest Ballet's 3 By Dove
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Broadway-film-TV star -- and Bellevue native -- Megan Hilty lends her powerful pipes to the Seattle Men's Chorus for this blockbuster concert saluting Stephen Schwartz, the composer-lyricist of such famed musicals as Wicked, Pippin and Godspell. In fact, Hilty starred as Glinda in Wicked on Broadway, before going on to appear in 9 to 5: The Musical, and TV's Smash and Sean Saves the World. She'll join the world's largest gay ensemble for this gravity-defying tribute, featuring Schwartz's most popular hits, as well as some of his more rarely-performed gems. Learn More
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Vespers (Mikel Rouse/Ulysses Dove)
Red Angels (Richard Einhorn/Ulysses Dove)
Suspension of Disbelief (Mitchell Akiyama/Victor Quijada)
Serious Pleasures* (Robert Ruggieri/Ulysses Dove)—PNB Premiere
"I am interested in passion," Dove said about his work. "In every embrace, every second of life [should be] lived so fully that there can be no regrets, no retreats, no looking back" (Connoisseur). The late Ulysses Dove (1947–1996) documented life in the language of dance and left a legacy that speaks with Teutonic energy, relentless drive, and open desire.
Performed to an electric-violin score, Red Angels' four dancers confront the audience in a series of scorching solos and duets and then walk away into a fiery landscape, arms raised like wings. Vespers' six women draw on Dove's memories of his grandmother's congregation, their strength in harmony, and their determined struggle to reach the light. In Serious Pleasures, a PNB premiere, Dove uses light to create doorways and pathways to the social turmoil of the 80's, where human isolation, alienation, and intersection are portrayed with stunning clarity and signature athleticism.
Contemporary dance-fusion choreographer Victor Quijada credits Dove among those who have inspired his work. Quijada's Suspension of Disbelief, a 2006 World Premiere, also joins the program—"The energy was loose and twisty...a sped-up chain of unexpected movements, seemed impossibly fluid...The audience roared approval." (The Seattle Times). This program is suggested for mature audiences.