BALLET DEVIARE Featuring Music Of OPETH, MY DYING BRIDE, ARSIS To Debut In January
"Seven", a special Ballet Deviare production set to the music of such artists as OPETH, MY DYING BRIDE, ARISIS (Jim Malone will be playing the 13-minute version of "A Diamond for Disease" live), JaKa featuring ELEKTROKILL, CRAIG ANDERSONIC and MARA'S TORMENT, will be presented on January 6 at 8:00 p.m., January 7 at 8:00 p.m., and January 8 at 2:00 p.m., at 59E59 THEATERS, located at 59 East 59th Street, between Park and Madison, in New York City. This invigorating program will feature new choreography and music commissioned by upcoming artists. Also featured in the program is a New York premiere choreographed by Ballet Deviare dancer Shannon Plumstead. The program is comprised of seven new ballet works that range in emotions, from sinister to quirky and humorous. All tickets are $40 without discount code (if you enter the discount code MTAL, you will receive 50% off all tickets).
For more information, visit www.balletdeviare.org .
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