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Alvin Ailey at the Music Center - April 10

  • Apr 10, 2011 · 2:00 PM

Patti Ogden will be your host for the Alvin Ailey performance on Sunday, April 10, at 2 pm.  If you have tickets for that performance, please RSVP here and Patti will be in touch so you can arrange to meet at the theatre.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I just got 2 tickets for tomorrow's (Saturday) 2pm show... Goldstar released more tickets last minute, but my friend can't attend. Anyone want to buy a premiere orchestra ticket for $50? I am picking up at willcall prior to performance. You can email me at [masked].

    April 15, 2011

  • Karen

    Why only 1 star? Did you not like the performance? I saw that program last year and loved it. Going tomorrow night can't wait!

    April 12, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    Alvin Ailey's inimitable group performed "Cry", "The Three Kings", and "Revelations". As at the last performance I attended, the audience's connection (and mine) to the vibrant message of transcending struggle with deep faith was part of the event. "The Three Kings" is an interesting work - the third king is Martin Luther King, and was danced with smooth, sainted, and confident fluidity by Clifton Brown. "Cry" was danced by three dancers, instead of the usual one lone woman, and was an interpretation of black womens' struggle made rich by the use of three individual dancers.
    At the pre-preformance talk, Rene Robinson, who dances the parasol-carrying lead in "Revelations" frequently, spoke about her work under Mr. Ailey. She explained the Ailey outreach that is part of their work: Ailey performances in Los Angeles will be attended by 6,000 students this week, 20 student dancers were recruited and performed in "Memoria", 6-week dance camps for students are held in US cities.

    April 11, 2011

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