Modern Dance Ensemble Trey McIntyre Project at Birch North Park Theatre
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The last date listed for Trey McIntyre Project was Saturday April 16, 2011 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Observatory North Park
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Rebecca
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I gave it 4 stars, though it was inbetween 3 and 4 for me. I liked the first piece, "Ma Maison," best, with its Day of the Dead and New Orleans jazz/African American cultural themes. The dancing was very good, it simply didn't move me or engage me emotionally as other modern companies have; for example, Momix, Pilobulus, Kate Weare, and the wonderful French company that LJMS brought in one or two years back. It was certainly worth every penny, and I love the Birch North Park as a venue for seeing dance.
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This show was fantastic. The dancers were powerful and graceful and extremely talented. The show had something for everyone and the creativity was wonderful to enjoy. The music was really eclectic, everything from Jazz from the New Orleans...continued
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Check out the Trey McIntyre Project website.
- *_Ma Maison
Wild Sweet Love
In July 2005, Trey McIntyre Project burst onto the national dance scene as a summer touring company with its debut performance at The Vail International Dance Festival. Trey McIntyre Project’s “fresh and forward-thinking choreography” (Washington Post) was an immediate sensation with both critics and audiences alike.
About the Ticket Supplier: La Jolla Music Society
La Jolla Music Society contributes to San Diego’s cultural vitality year-round through a variety of concert genres, including classical, jazz and contemporary music, ballet and modern dance. The Society’s signature event each year is the acclaimed SummerFest, a three-week chamber music festival of performances, live broadcasts, open rehearsals, educational encounters, pre-concert talks, and social events.