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CELEBRATE 40 YEARS OF EYE ON DANCE with The Dance Enthusiast

CELEBRATE 40 YEARS OF EYE ON DANCE with The Dance Enthusiast

Company:

EYE ON DANCE and THE DANCE ENTHUSIAST

Location:

Online

Dates:

Sunday, March 28, 2021 - 4:00pm

Tickets:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe2nN2dG8od5HuMcBAo3m_JBnedhm6TVDTqO1b3nOTqYGZChA/viewform

Company:
EYE ON DANCE and THE DANCE ENTHUSIAST

Join us for an EXCLUSIVE Watch Party and Conversation!

FREE EVENT!

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Hosted by The Dance Enthusiast’s Founding Editor, Christine Jowers

FEATURING  Celia Ipiotis Creator, Producer, and Host of EYE ON DANCE, and Special Guests Seán Curran, Mercedes Ellington, and Francesca Harper

 

We come together to honor the historic dance television series that ran on PBS from 1981-2004 covering Everything and Everyone DANCE from ancient forms to hip hop, from modern, ballet, and Butoh, to the lindy hop and Broadway. 

After a brief introduction at 4pm: We’ll watch EYE ON DANCE's 200th Episode Special, a whirl through dance history featuring highlights from the first five years of the program. 

See interviews and dance excerpts with: Merrill Ashley and Sean Lavery, María Benítez, Richie (Crazy Legs) Colón, Charles “Cookie” Cook,  Alexandra Danilova, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, Bill Irwin, Bill T. Jones, Gwen Verdon, Yuriko, AND MORE.

#getenthused and Join Us in conversation after the show. 

Bring your questions, comments, passion for dance, and your own bubbly for a celebratory toast before we chat. 

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