Joffrey Ballet: Three Pieces Set to Beach Boys, Prince, and Classical Music
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The last date listed for Joffrey Ballet was Saturday October 6, 2007 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Cal Performances' Zellerbach Hall
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The explosively theatrical dancers of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater have been creating… More
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“It’s Joffrey’s destiny to dance for the ages” —Chicago Tribune
- Tharp’s “Deuce Coupe,” set to music by the Beach Boys
- Dean’s “Sometimes It Snows in April” from Billboards, set to music by Prince
- Joffrey’s “Pas des Déesses,” set to a solo piano work by John Field, performed live by Paul Lewis
Celebrating 50 years of peerless dance making—that first tour was conducted from a station wagon and a U-Haul trailer!—the Joffrey Ballet continues to astonish world audiences with its unique blend of brilliant technique and the quintessential American spirit. The Berkeley program features Twyla Tharp’s “Deuce Coupe” (1973), the choreographer’s carefree classic about teenagers at play, set to the music of the Beach Boys; Laura Dean’s “Sometimes It Snows in April,” from Gerald Arpino’s 1993 production of _Billboards, _set to the classic song by Prince; and Robert Joffrey’s demure and witty “Pas des Déesses,” which was featured in that first company season a half century ago.