Fusionworks Dance
2003 Spring Concert
Ashamu Dance Theater
Brown University
Waterman Street
Providence RI
Evening Concerts:
March 27, 28 and 29, 2003
Time: 8:00 PM
Matinee Concerts:
March 29 and 30, 2003
Time: 3:00 PM
Admission: $18.00 general, $15.00 seniors, college students with ID's

After 16 successful seasons,
Rhode Island's only modern dance repertory company has perfected the notion of something for everyone. With dances ranging from Hip Hop to The Hunt, Fusionworks presents another breathtaking and eclectic concert series that promises more variety than you could ever wish for. The dancers dance to everything from primal drumming, to the swinging sounds of Duke Ellington, to techno in its truest form. Having sold out their concerts for the past two years, Fusionworks now gives folks 5 opportunities to come and see what all the buzz is about.

Fusionworks' Spring Concert - 16
is filled with dances by 7 different choreographers, including 5 local and 2 international. You will see David Dorfman's quietly desperate Slow Run Back, Fusionworks own award winning Deb Meunier's tribute to Myles Davis's foray into fusion, Do Bop, a breezy, uplifting dance by Laura Bennett performed to the legendary Duke Ellington and back by popular demand Robert Battle's powerful dance of palpable ferocity, The Hunt.

Three local choreographers
will present new works. Nathan Andary's Root, a haunting solo by Allyn Jackson and a fun and fanciful look at Club/Hip Hop dance from its beginnings in the 1960's to today by Dance Planet co-director Derek Perry. Brown University is on vacation, so folks will find plenty of parking and wonderful restaurants within walking distance of the theater. Ashamu Dance Theater is an intimate space - reservations are highly recommended.

Please see FUSIONWORKS WEBSITE for directions to Ashamu.

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