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BEVERLY BLOSSOM FESTIVAL

BEVERLY  BLOSSOM  FESTIVAL

Company:

THE BEVERLY BLOSSOM FOUNDATION in association with the 92nd STREET Y

Location:

92Y

Dates:

Friday, June 1, 2018 - 12:00pm daily through June 3, 2018

Tickets:

https://www.92y.org/event/dig-dance-hooray-for-the-zany

Company:
THE BEVERLY BLOSSOM FOUNDATION in association with the 92nd STREET Y


SAVE THE DATE:
THE  BEVERLY BLOSSOM FOUNDATION
in association with the 92nd STREET Y
present
BEVERLY  BLOSSOM  FESTIVAL
Four performances, June 1-3, honoring the beloved Blossom

 

The artistry of Beverly Blossom (1926-2014) will be celebrated with live performances, a panel discussion, guest artists, and rarely seen films at the 92nd Street Y, June 1-3.   Writing in The New York Times, Jennifer Dunning described Blossom as "a daring, vividly imaginative solo performer....one of the most distinguished - and zaniest - solo performers in modern dance."  (Blossom obituary, November 3, 2014)                                                                                                                                                                            

 

Schedule:
Friday June 1 at Noon - part of "Fridays at Noon" series
Some never before seen footage, a short selection of live works, and a panel discussion with Ruth Grauert, Phyllis Lamhut, Gladys Bailin, and others
Tickets: $10
www.92y.org/event/fan-beverly-blossom

Friday & Saturday evenings, June 1 & 2 at 8 PM and Sunday June 3 at 3 PM - part of "DigDance" series
Live performances of Blossom's signature works performed by Tandy Beal, Betsy Fisher, Debra Noble, Henning Rübsam, and dancers from the University of Arizona School of Dance coached by Douglas Nielsen, and more t.b.a.
Tickets: $25

 

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