Dance Theatre of Harlem Performs at Detroit Opera House
For two nights only, Dance Theatre of Harlem performs at Detroit Opera House, showcasing a diverse program of works by George Balanchine, Helen Pickett, William Forsythe, and Robert Garland.
The performances of Allegro Brillante, When Love, Blake Works IV – The Barre Project, and Return are complemented by a week-long series of events that will provide the community with more opportunities to learn about and immerse themselves in the other projects the company are invovled in.
Dance Theatre of Harlem Events in Detroit
Saturday, October 14 @ 12:00 p.m.: “Dancing in the Streets” Motown Museum (open to the public)
This fun, hour-long activity for Detroiters will include a choreographic competition and culminates in an old-school “Soul Train” line.
Sunday, October 15 @ 4:00 p.m.: “The Tone Matters” Detroit Opera House (open to the public)
An educational event open to all area dancers, teachers and studio leaders about the legacy of Dance Theatre of Harlem’s history of matching skin-tone tights and shoes.
Friday, October 20 @ 11:00 a.m.: DPSCD Cultural Passport Program Detroit Opera House
A mini-performance by the Company will be presented to approximately 2,000 DPSCD school students.
Saturday October 21st performance: “Divine Nine Night”
Sororities and fraternities will be acknowledged with attendees being encouraged to wear their colors with pride and enjoy an evening of art and culture.