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The Celebration Tour
PolarisLast Look Esplanade
When Paul Taylor died in 2018 at age 88, he left behind a legacy of masterworks unrivaled by any other modern dance artist. Northrop is pleased to join other presenters across the U.S. and the world to celebrate the dancemaker—an opportunity to revisit the greatest works of the Taylor repertoire, performed by many of the dancers who completely embody his style. Northrop's program reveals the incredible range of this legendary choreographer in three masterfully crafted and emotionally powerful works, demonstrating Taylor’s keen understanding of “the light and the dark” of our human experience.
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Sat, Mar 21, 6:15 pm Best Buy Theater FREE and open to the public
Gain insight into the performance at an in-depth conversation with members from the company and Northrop Director of Programming Kristen Brogdon.
Sat, Mar 21, before and after the performance and during intermission
Jeremy Hiniker, Classical Guitar (Master of Music candidate, UMN School of Music)
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Ticket-holders Have the Option to Receive a Refund, Gift Certificate, or Donate
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Paul Taylor Dance Company hits Northrop on Mar 21 with three of the famous choreographer's greatest works. Here are some facts to know about the performance.
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