CityDance Ensemble Presents Born to Run - Dance Set to SpringsteeenLansburgh Theatre (450 7th Street, NW Washington, DC 20004)
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- “A brave and talented troupe willing to take risks." --Washington Post
Born to Run
Music by Bruce Springsteen
Choreography by Paul Gordon Emerson <p>Harmonica Breakdown (1938)
Choreography by Jane Dudley
Music by Sonny Terry
</p> <p>I Can Hear You. Can You See Me? (World Premiere) -- a collaboration of technology, music, and sound
Choreography by Bruno Augusto, Paul Gordon Emerson, Kyra Green
Soundscapes recorded by Sis McKay and engineered by Scott Smallwood
</p> <p>UnRavel (1995)
Choreography by Eric Hampton
Music by Maurice Ravel
</p> <p>Eclipse (1999)
Choreography by Doug Varone
Music by Michael Gordon
</p> <p>And more...</p>
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