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The Lisa Leizman Dance Company: Almost There
Hallie Flanagan Studio Theater
Northampton, MA
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Advance sales have ended, but tickets are available at the door(cash or check only).Box office opens at 6:30 pm. Doors open at 7 pm for general seating. Show begins promptly at 7:30 pm. There is no intermission, and everyone is invited to join in a festive dinner reception following the performance.


The Lisa Leizman Dance Company: Almost There
The Northampton Center for the Arts presents the Lisa Leizman Dance Company in "Almost There," a culmination of a completely unintended tour that began in June of 2013. The performance is at Hallie Flanagan Studio Theatre at Smith College. As always, it will be followed by festive buffet dinner prepared by the company.

When the lease expired on the 30-year home of the Northampton Center for the Arts, the Lisa Leizman Dance Company embarked on an unplanned but wildly exuberant trek through the greater Pioneer Valley in search of spaces to hold classes, rehearsals and performances. The dance group, a long-time Resident Company at the Center, discovered a variety of spaces, performing at the Shea Theater in Turners Falls, the VFW in Florence and outdoors in downtown Northampton and at the Black Birch Vineyard in Southampton.

The company also took their popular program for children, What is Dance?, on the road, visiting the Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary Preschool, the Peoples Institute, the Hill Institute and the Bridge Street School. And, prior to its closing for renovations, they held classes and rehearsals and even gave two concerts in the new Northampton Community Arts Trust Building at 33 Hawley Street.

Now, as the troupe patiently awaits the opening of this fully transformed art space in downtown Northampton, the four-year tour continues with a spring concert at Smith College! Look for audience favorites "Spiegel im Spiegel," set to music by Arvo Part, and "the secret that bamboo guards,"with music by company composer-in-residence Andrea Kwapien.

The concert also features a debut performance of "Evening Song," set to music by Philip Glass in an extraordinary arrangement by Peter Blanchette and recorded by the Happy Valley Guitar Orchestra. For 18 months, the company rehearsed across the hall from Blanchette and his orchestra in the Hawley Street building. The groups developed a deep mutual admiration for their respective artistry, creativity and dedication.

That the unintended tour produced such a delightful meeting of artistic minds in the hallways of a former lumber yard cum fitness studio is a testament to the enormous potential of 33 Hawley Street. It promises to be a place where artists can develop their own work, flourish in the company of others and finally stop their wandering. Almost there.


Hallie Flanagan Studio Theater (View)
122 Green Street
Northampton, MA 01060
United States


Arts > Dance

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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