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The last date listed for Dance Place was Sunday June 30, 2013 / 7:00pm (alight dance theater/Wayles Haynes/Angella Foster).
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Presented by The Estate of Michael Jackson and Cirque du Soleil, Michael Jackson THE IMMORTAL World Tour is a riveting fusion of visuals, dance, music and fantasy that immerses audiences in Jackson's creative world and literally turns his signature moves upside down. THE IMMORTAL World Tour takes place in a fantastical realm where Jackson's inspirational Giving Tree blossoms with the treasures of the entertainer's inner world. His love of music, dance, fairy tales, magic and nature all spring forth from the tree, bringing Jackson's gifts to everyone. THE IMMORTAL World Tour is written and directed by Jamie King, the leading concert director in the world of pop music. A multiple Emmy Award and MTV Video Music Award nominee, King spent the last 12 years as Madonna's creative director, and has directed world tours for Rihanna, Céline Dion, Britney Spears, Ricky Martin, Pink and Christina Aguilera. Learn More
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I think it's safe to say that this performance could be rated PG-13, so don't bring your underage children and conservitive grandparents. Other than that the costumes were insane, each dance and song had a different mood and essence to it. Dancers were great and high energy. The cello player with the animal sound-making microphone was weird and awkward. It had some humor in it, and if you don't want the dancers to touch you, sit in the middle away from the isles.
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- "The heart and home of Washington dance." --<em>Washington Times </em>
April 20-21, 2013: Karen Sherman
In One with Others, Minneapolis-based artist Karen Sherman re-purposes dance, words and scrap lumber to consider biography, personal mythology and social legacy. Using choreography both desperate and delicate, the piece grapples with desire, communication, humiliation and destiny.
May 4-5, 2013: Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble
Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble presents dynamic works from its modern dance repertoire. The Denver, Colorado, based company is inspired by the African-American experience and its repertory is rooted in contemporary and ethnic dance and multi-disciplinary traditions worldwide. The colorful program includes the 2012 premiere of Fusion by Jeanguy Saintus. Funded in part by NEFA and the NEA.
May 10-11, 2013: Arachne Aerial Arts & In-Flight Theater
Two companies at the forefront of aerial performance, Baltimore's In-Flight Theater and Washington's award winning Arachne Aerial Arts, collaborate on a bold new piece based on the myth of Demeter and Persephone. A 15-foot metal weather vane rises at the heart of an original story exploring mothers, daughters and the seasons.
May 18-19, 2013: Christopher K. Morgan & Artists with skybetter and associates
DC based Christopher K. Morgan & Artists joins forces with NY based skybetter and associates for an evening of contemporary dance employing sinuous and abstract movement combined with detailed musicality. Performance includes Inclement Weather, choreographed by Sydney Skybetter, centering on the hallucinogenic memory of a beloved, lost grandmother. Co-presented by The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
June 22-23, 2013: Peter DiMuro/Public Displays of Motion
Peter DiMuro leads a band of dancers/choreographers including Asanga Diomask, Anna Menendez, Christohper K. Morgan, Urban Artistry and more, to create dances to the preludes of Rachmaninoff in Future Preludes. Dance genres include Hip-Hop, Hula, Flamenco, Sri Lankan dance and contemporary performance.
June 29-30, 2013: alight dance theater Featuring Wayles Haynes & Angella Foster
A fusion of dance, shadow play and live music, artistic director Angella Foster's Stargazing tells the story of the starry night from the spectacular death of a star to the backyard splendor of Bee Branch, Arkansas. Resident Artist Wayles Haynes weaves together family lore, fashion and mid-century Americana in The 50's Front.