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|Rapport Worldwide and UPTOWN magazine are both media partners for the Dance Theatre of Harlem Company’s Annual New York Season April 23 –April 27th 2014 at Jazz at Lincoln Center|
WNYC is a media partner for the Dance Theatre of Harlem Company’s 45th Anniversary Season April 23 –April 27 2014
|PROGRAM A||PROGRAM B||FAMILY MATINEE|
April 23rd 7:30pm
April 25th 8:00pm
April 27th 3:00pm
Pas de Dix│ past-carry-forward
April 24th 8:00pm
April 26th 8:00pm
New Bach│ Dancing on the Front Porch of Heaven
April 26th 2:00pm
Pas de Dix│ Black Swan│ New Bach
In this second season of the newly formed Dance Theatre of Harlem Company, they return to the Rose Theater with an eclectic mix of new and familiar works that highlight the range and diversity of this legendary company. The six performances (two programs and a Family Matinee) offer three New York premieres including: past-carry-forward, a dramatized look by choreographers/DTH alums Thaddeus Davis and Tanya Wideman-Davis at the Great Migration as told through the eyes of the people who experienced the Harlem Renaissance, a segregated military and the civil rights of their day and what that means as African Americans make their way into the future of a new America. (please click here for a website detailing the piece by dramaturge Tommy DeFrantz).
Robert Garland’s Gloria and a revived production of his New Bach, Ulysses Dove ’s sublime Dancing on the Front Porch of Heaven and a re-imagined production of Pas de Dix, originally staged for DTH by Frederick Franklin, with newly orchestrated music and newly designed costumes are also programmed.