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BALLET TECH KIDS DANCE returns to the Joyce

BALLET TECH KIDS DANCE returns to the Joyce

Company:

BALLET TECH

Location:

The Joyce Theater

Dates:

Thursday, June 7, 2018 - 7:00pm daily through June 10, 2018
Saturday, June 9, 2018 - 2:00pm daily through June 10, 2018

Tickets:

www.ballettech.org

Company:
BALLET TECH

BALLET  TECH  KIDS DANCE RETURNS  TO  THE  JOYCE  JUNE  7-10
June 7-10  (Thursday-Sunday at 7 PM; Saturday & Sunday at 2 PM) 6 performances
The Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Avenue, NYC



Eliot Feld's KIDS DANCE returns to the Joyce for two performances of works by Eliot Feld, including two premieres, and a repeat of last season's "It's the Effort That Counts," with choreography by Stephanie Terasaki, Conner Bormann and Riley O'Flynn, all past or current graduates of Juilliard.

Repertory:
APPLE PIE
Feld/music by Bela Fleck and Joe McCracken

IT'S THE EFFORT THAT COUNTS
Terasaki, Bormann, O'Flynn

THE JIG IS UP
Feld/the Bothy Band, John Cunningham

MESHUGANA DANCE
Feld/Klezmer

PAPER TIGER
Feld/songs performed by Leon Redbone

POINTING 2 (Premiere)
Feld/Paul Lansky

POINTING 3 (Premiere)
Feld/Brian Eno

Thursday June 7 at 7 PM - Opening Night
Meshugana Dance
Pointing 2
Pointing 3
The Jig Is Up
 

Friday June 8 at 7 PM
Apple Pie
It's The Effort That Counts
Pointing 2
Paper Tiger
 

Saturday June 9 at 2 PM
Meshugana Dance
It's The Effort That Counts
Pointing 3
The Jig Is Up
 

Saturday June 9 at 7 PM
Apple Pie
Pointing 2
Pointing 3
Paper Tiger
 

Sunday June 10 at 2 PM
Apple Pie
It's The Effort That Counts
Pointing 2
The Jig Is Up
 

Sunday June 10 at 7 PM
Meshugana Dance
Pointing 2
Pointing 3
Paper Tiger
 


Meshugana Dance. Photo by Lois Greenfield
 

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