Dance like nobody is watching! I am so excited to share that I have 2 tickets to Kansas City’s screening of Alvin Ailey’s Great American Dance! I have TWO tickets to give away to two lucky readers for the first showing!
Great American Dance Kansas City
What: The first show is Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Chroma, Grace, Takademe, Revelations.
When: July 26 at 7:00 pm features Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater performing its signature work, Revelations, the American dance masterpiece created by company founder Alvin Ailey, and three additional works: Chroma by Wayne McGregor, Grace by Ronald K. Brown, and Takademe by the company’s Artistic Director Robert Battle.
Where: AMC Town Center 20
HOW TO ENTER: One entry per person. Please comment below with your e-mail address and what you LOVE most about dance! I will e-mail the winner this weekend to gather more information!
To purchase your own tickets go to Fathomevents.com
Lincoln Center at the Movies: Great American Dance continues its collaboration with Fathom Events this summer with encore screenings of three of its inaugural dance presentations: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Ballet Hispánico, and San Francisco Ballet. The three presentations will be shown in approximately 115 theaters nationwide. Lincoln Center at the Movies was launched in fall of 2015 with Great American Dance, a series presenting performances by four of American’s leading dance companies (New York City Ballet’s George Balanchine’s™The Nutcracker was the fourth event in the series).
The first encore screening, on July 26 at 7:00 pm features Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater performing its signature work, Revelations, the American dance masterpiece created by company founder Alvin Ailey, and three additional works: Chroma by Wayne McGregor, Grace by Ronald K. Brown, and Takademe by the company’s Artistic Director Robert Battle. Coming to movie theaters on August 2 at 7:00 pm is Ballet Hispánico, the nation’s premier Latino dance company, with two audience favorites: CARMEN.maquia, an electrifying contemporary take on Bizet’s passionate opera choreographed by Spaniard Gustavo Ramírez Sansano, and Club Havana, a virtuosic reimagining of a sizzling nightclub, by Cuban-born choreographer Pedro Ruiz. San Francisco Ballet’s glorious production of Romeo & Juliet, choreographed by company Artistic Director and Principal Choreographer Helgi Tomasson, will conclude the summer encore presentations on August 9 at 7:00 pm.