Spectrum Dance Theatre presents a FREE open rehearsal for The Dybbuk
Thursday, October 28 @ 8:00 PM
800 Lake Washington Blvd
Join Spectrum Dance Theater for a glimpse into the creative process with an open rehearsal for The Dybbuk, a collaboration between Music of Remembrance and Spectrum Dance Theater. Based on S. Ansky's play of the same name, The Dybbuk tells the story of a young scholar who dies upon learning that he cannot marry the girl he loves. In an attempt to prevent her marrying another, his spirit possesses her. Utilizing this story, the performance explores the world of obsession and unrequited love. Artistic Director Donald Byrd will create a new dance theater piece to the original 1922 incidental music. The rehearsal will take place in Spectrum Dance Theater's intimate Madrona Studio and will allow you the unique opportunity to see the choreographic process in its early stage. The night will include an informal Question & Answer session with Donald Byrd and Spectrum dancers. This event is free, but an RSVP is required.
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