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2013-2014 Leach Theatre Campus Performing Arts Series

Thodos Dance Chicago
“The White City”

fair opening

Saturday, January 25, 2014
7:30 pm

Adult $35 / Youth $25
$10 S&T Students
First 75 S&T students will receive a free ticket.
Stop by the box office to reserve your free ticket.

Click here to view a video of "The White City"

Reserved seating

Everyone is required to have a ticket for admittance to this show – regardless of age.

Call 573-341-4219

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 co-sponsored by

Baymont Inn‎‌‎

KMST‎‎

 Phelps County Regional Medical Center

 Thodos Dance Chicago is a critically acclaimed contemporary dance company with a vibrant, award-winning style.  Performing a selection of dance pieces, including the electrifying “Fosse Trilogy,” Thodos Dance Chicago will highlight the evening with “The White City: Chicago’s Columbian Exposition of 1893.” A spectacular story ballet, “The White City” brings to life the characters and headlines of Chicago’s legendary 1893 World’s Fair – a true story of brilliant grandeur marred by acts of darkness, portrayed vividly onstage through dance and music.  A collaboration by renowned jazz and Broadway choreographer Ann Reinking and innovative contemporary choreographer Melissa Thodos, “The White City” has received numerous accolades, including being named “Best Dance in Chicago” for the year 2011 by the Chicago Sun Times.


 

Visit Thodos Dance Chicago's website here.

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