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Purelements presents "Back 2 Broadway"
Purelements: An Evolution in Dance
Follow the experience of one young man’s journey, as he strives to live out his dreams of becoming a celebrated Broadway star. In the 2018 sequel of Purelements' C.O.A.R. program's "Broadway Our Way," the storyline continues in "Back 2 Broadway" where the protagonist travels to Brooklyn’s famed Kings Theater to compete in a talent show for the coveted winning prize: A chance to sign a deal with one of the best agencies in the business! Will his doubts overshadow his talents? Will he overcome his fears in time?
PLUS, special guest featured performances by actor, dancer, singer, Lamar K. Cheston, actress Ramona Dunlap and actress, Jaleesa Capri!
Join the cast of Purelements C.O.A.R program in this ode to popular Broadway classics like "West Side Story," "The Wiz," "Dreamgirls," "Motown," "FELA!" and more to find out what happens! The concert will feature ballet, jazz, modern, contemporary, West African and hip-hop dance performances.
Tickets: $35 | All ages are welcome | Visit http://bit.ly/PurelementsB2BTckts for tickets TODAY!
***IMPORTANT: GENERAL ADMISSION IS $35. Note: Eventbrite tickets will NOT be honored at the door.
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Choreographed and developed by the COAR program’s teaching artists:
Hollie Wright (ballet/tap)
Men Ca (modern)
Eddie Stockton (modern/jazz)
"Mama" Whilhemenia Taylor (West African)
Keisha Washington (early childhood fundamentals)
Tricia Greenidge (early childhood fundamentals)
Halima Lawrence (ballet)
Written & Directed by Lakai Worrell, Co-Artistic Director, Purelements
Assistant Director Men Ca
Production manager: Shani Borden Worrell, COAR School Administrator
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