Dances Patrelle: 18th Annual Repertory Season

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Opened Mar 23, 2007
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

Dances Patrelle presents their 18th Repertory Season, including two World Premiers to commissioned scores, as well as two of their past dance classics. What Do We Do About Mother World Premiere; Commissioned Score Choreography: Francis Patrelle Music: Patrick Soluri Francis Patrelle tackles one of the most important and difficult issues in modern American life -- the challenges and burdens of caring for an aging parent. Starring New York City Ballet principal dancers Jenifer Ringer and Stephen Hanna, the new piece once again stands poised to redefine the scope of dramatic ballet. Pair of Jacks World Premiere; Commissioned Score Choreography: Leda Meredith Music: Brendan Milburn and Valerie Vigoda This new creation presents a thrilling, uncharted battle of the sexes that is set to a new score. American Dreamer Choreography: Francis Patrelle Music: Rod Hausen, based on melodies & lyrics of Stephen Foster This ballet explores the history, mythology and fondest hopes of our nation American Overture Choreography: Francis Patrelle Music: Leonard Bernstein Uncle Sam like you've never seen him - sexy, controversial and thought-provoking. American Overture is danced by Pacific Northwest Ballet principal Jonathan Porretta as a modern look at the United States and the ideals it ought to stand for.

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