- One ticket to see Dance Through the Ages presented by Body and Soul Dance Theatre
- When: Friday, April 24, or Saturday, April 25, at 8 p.m.
- Where: Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center
- Door time: 7:15 p.m. for VIP; 7:30 p.m. for general admission
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
- Tickets include free parking
- $12 for general-admission seating in rows 6–50 (up to $32.04 value)
- $25 for VIP seating in rows 1–5 (up to $52.74 value). This option also includes hors d’oeuvres before the show and during intermission, concierge service, access to a post-show meet-and-greet and Q&A, and a photo op.
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Dance Through the Ages
Until scientists deliver on their on their promise to make time travel possible, nobody alive will be able to see the world’s first ballet performance back in 1489. Fortunately, catching a reproduction of it is possible at Body and Soul Dance Theatre’s Dance Through the Ages. During this performance, the company leads the audience along the evolution of dance, from the court dances of the Victorian era to the square dances of the 1700s and the contemporary jazz of the 1900s, splicing traditional steps with modern choreography. Amplifying these are spoken vignettes about the history surrounding the forms, as well as music that reflects specific eras. And to cap off the performance, the company even imagines what dance will look like in the future, assuming humans aren’t overthrown by dance-hating robot rulers.
Body and Soul Dance Theatre
Body and Soul Dance Theatre has made a name for itself since it twirled onto the scene in 1983. Originally a commercial troupe that performed everywhere from Florida dance clubs to concert halls in South America, the company morphed into a nonprofit in 2002. Since then, it's corralled an ensemble that includes classically trained dancers and former students of the company's classes. Together, these performers create original productions that at times collaborate with local entities such as The Fort Lauderdale Gay Men's Chorus, their co-stars in 2014's Fall Follies.