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“NOT QUITE MIDNIGHT” BY CAS PUBLIC
|Dance in Beverly Hills|
Address: 10361 W Pico Blvd
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Theater Raymond Kabbaz (TRK), the innovative performance space at Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles, is pleased to present Quebec Dance Company Cas Public “Not Quite Midnight” (premiere in Los Angeles), on Friday, November 8, 2019 at 7:30pm. A choreographed work for the general public as well as young audiences!
In these sombre times, Cas Public summons up the magic of Cinderella. The spectators are invited to witness the magic of the tales of the Brothers Grimm, the operas of Rossini and Prokofiev (refashioned by the composer Martin Tétreault), but also the magic of a hundred lesser-known stories that are secretly passed mouth-to-mouth, ear-to-ear.
Six dancers swap their dance shoes for glass slippers and immerse us into the fantasy of the fairy tale that we all know.
Hélène Blackburn’s choreography becomes a portal to the emotions. Compassionate yet stern, brittle yet powerful, this new production pays tribute to the qualities of heart and mind which give us the strength to overcome hardship, better ourselves and find fulfillment. Well-versed in the interpretation of the great classics, the company offers a new way of being moved and enchanted by this masterpiece’s lyric and poetic power.
The show, 50 minutes long, will take place at Theater Raymond Kabbaz, which is located at 10361 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles CA 90064 (310-286-0553). Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for students, suitable for age 9 and up. To learn more about this event and Theater RaymondKabbaz, please visit http://www.theatreraymondkabbaz.com.
Tickets are available online at http://tinyurl.com/ofmdyxh.
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