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Broadway & Beyond 2017

May 20 - May 21

Broadway & Beyond is a celebration of Broadway musical theater and contemporary concert jazz dance. The show is packed with signature songs and dance pieces from Tony award winning musicals, and is inspired by musical theater legends such as Bob Fosse and classic jazz dance technique. The show takes audiences on a journey through some of the styles that made Broadway famous and goes beyond with fun and exciting contemporary concert jazz dance.

Directed by Northern Virginia jazz dance icon Marilyn York, the Dancin’ Unlimited Jazz Dance Company packs the show with signature songs and dance pieces from Chicago, A Chorus Line, Guys And Dolls, Thoroughly Modern Millie, and Kiss Me Kate.

 

Saturday, May 20, 2017 @ 7:30pm

 

Sunday, May 21, 2017 @4:30pm

 

Details

Start:
May 20
End:
May 21

Venue

BalletNova Fredgren Studio Theatre
3443 Carlin Springs Road
Falls Church, 22041 United States
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Organizer

Dancin Unlimited Jazz Dance Company
Phone:
703-409-7988
Website:
http://www.jazz-dance.org


Dancin' Unlimited Jazz Dance Company
Annual Performances

  • January: Virginia Dance Coalition Dance Fest

    March: Jazz & Tap Dance Festival

    May: Dancin' on Broadway & Beyond

    July: Artscape Baltimore

    October: International Dance Showcase

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