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Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
135 N. Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012
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11 events
7 reviews
11 stars
I wore I wore an ankle length dress with warm shawl. Glad I did. It was a bit cool. I was glad I dressed up. .
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Grupo Corpo
37 ratings
4.3 average rating
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106 events
34 reviews
12 stars
attended Jan 28 2011

All of the dancers' technical abilities were outstanding. Movements did seem redundant. Wish that the choreographer and director had presented different music and different styles of dance to showcase these talented performers. Seating was less...continued

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37 events
26 reviews
13 stars
attended Jan 28 2011

I had no idea what to expect, but I loved the dancing! This group has a very unique style, very connected to Brazilian music. Great crowd too.

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39 events
25 reviews
21 stars
attended Jan 30 2011

Very mechanical; the dancers were talented, but the routines seemed more an exercise in experimental movement rather than a polished dance piece. Main Orchestra seats were in the back half of Dorothy Chandler (I've been closer for previous...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“Spectacular dancing.” —New York Times
DanceTalks take place one hour prior to curtain for every performance and offer behind-the-scenes insight designed to enhance the audience experience.
If you can’t get to the theatre in time to attend the pre-performance lecture, you can listen to Dance Talks from your phone. Patrons can access all talks with the phone number: 219-509-8111 and the access code: 7293672#
Watch a video of Grupo Corpo performing Ímã.


Paulo Pederneiras, Artistic Director

Program Information:

  • Ímã – West Coast Premiere – Choreography: Rodrigo Pederneiras

  • Parabelo – Choreography: Rodrigo Pederneiras

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