Labyrinth Dance Theater presents "Come Back Once More So I Can Say Goodbye"
Labyrinth Dance Theater
In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall and World Pride coming to New York for the first time ever, Labyrinth Dance Theater presents Come Back Once More So I Can Say Goodbye, an evening-length theatrical dance concert featuring live original music and choreography, vintage recordings, historic footage, political soundbites and stunning visuals.
Artistic Director Sasha Spielvogel’s landmark piece tells the story of the gay community in New York City from 1965-1995: from the historic Sip-In at the Julius Bar and the early Gay Rights Movement to the uprising at Stonewall, and through the widespread apathy and abject hysteria of the AIDS crisis, these stunning performances allow us to experience the indomitable resolve of those who defiantly faced the siege against them with humor, bravery and compassion. Come Back Once More reflects the historic resilience, compassion and heart of the LGBTQ community.
***Proceeds from the four upcoming performances, June 14th – 17th at The Alvin Ailey Citigroup Theater (405 West 55th Street, New York City), will benefit the Ali Forney Center, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, GMHC and Live Out Loud.
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