In a single weekend, we will be able to see two of this country's reputable dance companies, both selecting ballets made in the United States and in a variety of American styles, in one Broward setting.
The Broward Center for the Performing Arts is offering a ticket deal -- $99 to see both companies on two separate days. And, like many things American, each of the five ballets delivers a distinctive taste, influenced by a worldly palette. The red hot contemporary Trey McIntyre Project (TMP) will perform three of McIntyre's ballets, flavored by traditional Basque dancing, Shakespeare and more, Friday and Saturday at the Center's Amaturo Theater. South Florida's Miami City Ballet will present repertory of George Balanchine, founder of the New York City Ballet, and Jerome Robbins, best known for his Broadway choreography, Friday through Sunday at the Au-Rene Theater....read more