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Danny Tidwell to perform with The Chase Brock ExperienceOctober 20, 2008


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#1 Dale

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Posted 06 October 2008 - 12:16 PM

A press release:

THE CHASE BROCK EXPERIENCE BENEFIT 2008
featuring performers from Broadway and the concert stage

Monday October 20 at 8 PM
Florence Gould Hall, 55 East 59 Street
For more information: 212/355-6160 or
assistant@chasebrockexperience.com
To purchase tickets: 212/307-4100 or www.ticketmaster.com
Ticket prices:
$250 VIP Packages, including the pre-performance sneak preview Sunday October 19 at 5 PM; premium performance seating and post-performance champagne reception (limited availability)
$100 premium performance seating
$45 performance only (limited availability)

"...reminiscent of Paul Taylor's
graceful lyricism." Gus Solomons jr.
Gay City News, 2008

The Chase Brock Experience Benefit 2008 will take place October 20 at Florence Gould Hall. This very special one-night only event will feature the company, joined by an exciting group of artists from the Broadway, ballet and music worlds, dancing in revivals of audience favorites as well as several very special world premieres.

Evening features The Chase Brock Experience dancers: Kendrick D. Carter, Ashley Eichbauer, Erica Furst, Anna Kaiser, Yukiko Kashiki, Nick Kepley, Ryan Jackson, Emily Oldak, Jason Snow, Connor Kilian Weigand, Micki Weiner

Joined by Special Guests:
Michael Arden - from Broadway's Big River, The Times They Are A-Changin'
Rob Berman - pianist and Music Director of Encores! Great American Musicals in Concert
Chase Brock - in a special appearance
Lorin Latarro - from Broadway's Movin' Out, Fosse, A Chorus Line, Curtains
Brian Letendre - from Broadway's Mary Poppins, Movin' Out, Urban Cowboy
Edwaard Liang - Morphoses/The Wheeldon Company, New
York City Ballet, Nederlands Dans Theatre
Elizabeth Parkinson - Tony Award Nominee from Movin' Out, Fosse, Joffrey Ballet, Twyla Tharp Dance
Peter Sachon - cellist - from South Pacific, Light in the Piazza
Danny Tidwell - American Ballet Theatre, Complexions
Contemporary Ballet, Fox's "So You Think You Can Dance"


Program includes:
Blue Twilight from David and Joseph Zellnik's musical Yank! featuring pianist Rob Berman
Brock's Mission: Implausible (2008), featuring a Chase Brock Experience commissioned score by Joshua Rosenblum
Seeing Stars (2007)
Slow Float (2007), excerpts featuring Elizabeth Parkinson
and Chase Brock
Spring from Brock's The Four Seasons (2008)
Thou Winter Wind (from Broadway's Gypsy of the Year event,
featuring music by Michael Arden and featuring Mr. Arden)
World Premiere (featuring Stephen Schwartz's Appassionato)
featuring cellist Peter Sachon
World Premiere (featuring the songs of David Yazbek),
featuring Lorin Latarro and Brian Letendre.

(program subject to change)

#2 zerbinetta

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Posted 20 October 2008 - 06:07 PM

(program subject to change)



The last remaining members of the Danny Tidwell Diehard Committee (soon to be disbanded) arrived early enough to find no Tidwell on the program but not early enough to escape.

The positives: although we were seated in the Orchestra pit, the chairs were very comfortable.

The audience was attentive & quiet, no whoo-whoos or chatting.

We paid for the lowest priced tickets.

It was a really beautiful night out there.

The negatives: everything else. Escape was made at intermission.

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Posted 20 October 2008 - 08:13 PM

Thanks (I think) for the report, zerbinetta. Sorry for your disappointment, which I share even though I wasn't there.

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Posted 20 October 2008 - 10:24 PM

Thanks (I think) for the report, zerbinetta. Sorry for your disappointment, which I share even though I wasn't there.


No Danny was disappointing. The choreography was excruciating. :clapping:


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