Face of America: Glacier National Park: Multimedia Dance at Wolf Trap
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The last date listed for Face of America: Glacier National Park was Wednesday August 19, 2009 / 8:00pm.
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Face of America: Glacier National Park
Trey McIntyre Project
Jack Gladstone & Rob Quist
Wolf Trap’s critically acclaimed multimedia artistic adventure series returns with its next world premiere installment! The evening’s program features The Sun Road, a new work by the Trey McIntyre Project. Giant HD video projections of the dancers at Glacier will intertwine with the dance on-stage and live music to interpret the park’s fragile environment and celebrate its grandeur.