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DIGITAL PROGRAM 02

DIGITAL PROGRAM 02

Dwight Rhoden’s brilliantly physical and deeply felt LET’S BEGIN AT THE END returns following its success at the 2018 Unbound Festival. SF Ballet Soloist Myles Thatcher, known for his signature blend of innovative movement and social consciousness, creates a new work. Closing the program, Morris’ Sandpaper Ballet is a cleverly tongue-in-cheek piece exemplary of this choreographer’s signature musical sensibility.

*Note: LET'S BEGIN AT THE END and Sandpaper Ballet will be archival captures.

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Feb 11 – Mar 3, 2021

LET'S BEGIN AT THE END

Composers: Johann Sebastian Bach, Philip Glass, Michael Nyman
Choreographer: Dwight Rhoden

MYLES THATCHER WORLD PREMIERE

Composer: Steve Reich
Choreographer: Myles Thatcher

SANDPAPER BALLET

Composer: Leroy Anderson
Choreographer: Mark Morris

Streaming access available beginning 6 pm on Feb 11.

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BEHIND THE SCENES

On a bare stage, four female dancer leap right, right leg forward, left leg back, with right arm up and left arm horizontal
Two lines of dancers move behind two male dancers holding a female dancer’s hands as she balances on her right leg, left leg up
On a bare stage, a female dancer—legs apart, arms extended—lays on stomach across kneeling male dancer’s back; both look right
Two female dancers leap; two male dancers stand, right leg pointed, as one male dancer jumps, left leg up; all raise left arms
Male and female dancers squat slightly, one arm bent across body, other arm out horizontal; some arms point right, some left
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Sandpaper Ballet
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