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Joffrey: Mavericks of American Dance

Promoted by American Repertory Ballet and Princeton Ballet School


Thursday, July 12 7:30PM - 9:27PM

at Princeton Garden Theatre
160 Nassau St, Princeton, NJ, US, 08542 (map)
$15.00 General

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The Event Program

  • Introduction

    Show up for an introduction to the film provided by Douglas Martin, American Repertory Ballet's Artistic Director and former principal dancer with the Joffrey Ballet!

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  • Movie presentation of Joffrey: Mavericks of American Dance

    Joffrey: Mavericks of American Dance tells the story of this groundbreaking cultural treasure, known as the first truly American dance company. Narrated by Tony® and Emmy® Award winner Mandy Patinkin and directed by Bob Hercules (Bill T. Jones-A Good Man), the film documents how The Joffrey Ballet revolutionized American ballet by daringly combining modern dance with traditional ballet technique, combining art with social statement and setting ballets to pop and rock music scores.

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  • Discussion

    Douglas Martin will also lead a post-viewing discussion along with some other special guests!

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Event Info

American Repertory Ballet is pleased to bring Joffrey: Mavericks of American Dance to Princeton's Garden Theater for a special viewing and event Thursday, July 12 at 7:30pm.  Joffrey: Mavericks of American Dance tells the story of this groundbreaking cultural treasure, known as the first truly American dance company. Narrated by Tony® and Emmy® Award winner Mandy Patinkin and directed by Bob Hercules (Bill T. Jones-A Good Man), the film documents how The Joffrey Ballet revolutionized American ballet by daringly combining modern dance with traditional ballet technique, combining art with social statement and setting ballets to pop and rock music scores.