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Repertory II: La Luce d’Amore by W. Earle Smith
March 21, 2014 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
An event every day that begins at 8:00 pm, repeating until March 22, 2014
This event: May be of interest to the LGBTQ community
Type of Event: Performance
Madison Ballet will be presenting its final production of the 2013-2014 Season at the Bartell Theatre. The program will be a treat for music lovers, beautifully illustrating a quote by legendary choreographer, George Balanchine: “Dancing is music made visible.”
Each of the three ballets of Repertory II features a distinctive music genre. The first on the program is La Luce d’Amore (2006), choreographed by Artistic Director W. Earle Smith. Second on the program is George Balanchine’s own Who Cares? Finally, Artistic Director W. Earle Smith premieres a new ballet, Groovy, choreographed to the music that defined the 1960’s in America. From “Tambourine Man” to “Red Rubber Ball” and “Devil With A Blue Dress,” Groovy rounds out a program that will entertain long-time dance fans and new audience members alike.
As a special treat, Madison Ballet’s company of dancers will be joined in Who Cares? by guest dancer Charles Askegard, former principal with the New York City Ballet.
$25 adults and $20 for seniors and children (12 and under)