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Review from Anonymous

I saw these guys last year and again this year. I think they are awesome. I'll see them again...

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Review from Gerry

It was breathtaking! Absolutely fabulous performers. Very interesting choreography -- some without music - which served to emphasize the movement. The only criticism is if you sit off to the sides, you can miss some of the performance done in...continued

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Review from DZ

Excellent dancers, but bad coreography.

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The men will dance several American premieres created especially for them by Mauro Bigonzetti, Nacho

Duato, Marco Goecke, Edward Clug, Patrick De Bana, Jorma Elo and Marcelo Gomes.

The evening’s program includes KO’d, which is a special collaboration by three of the dancers. The piece

is choreographed by Gomes, set to music by Côté with costumes by Hallberg, Jazzy Five by Bigonzetti

will feature costumes by famed designer Igor Chapurin, and be performed by Hallberg, Gomes, Côté,

Vasiliev and Matvienko. Duato’s work is titled Kaburias and will be danced by Hallberg. Goecke

choreographed Tue, in which Côté is featured. Matvienko will perform Clug’s piece, Guilty, set to music by

Chopin. De Bana’s work, Labyrinth of Solitude is a solo for Vasiliev and Elo’s Still of King will star Gomes.

Gomes will conduct free preview talks before all performances of Kings of the Dance 2011. The preview

talks will give audiences a rare opportunity to hear from one of the dance world’s biggest stars about how

he created a new piece for the production and also to ask questions. Preview talks will be held one hour

prior to each performance. They are free to all ticket holders of Kings of the Dance 2011.

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