Pulse Dance Company
- 60 Min
Pulse Dance Company celebrates the close of its 13th season with a rousing concert of all-new dance premieres at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, March 31st and April 1st at 7:30pm.
Highlighting both new and established choreographic voices, Anchorage will delight in a fast-paced evening showcasing a wide breadth of resplendent artistry.
Long-time Pulse company member Brittany Petry showcases Wellspring as an affirmation of roots and rituals. Wellspring rings of both profundity and a provincial sweetness that journeys through the wood, fields, and streets of a past that is both distant in time and relevant in spirit.
Robyn Minor offers a sweeping and crisp duet, Ebb and Flow, emulating time itself as it passes between the heavens and earth. Ebb and Flow explores how we work with and feed off of one another, and captivates with fresh and dynamic choreography.
Enter a whimsically dark world in which nothing is as it seems in Lee Ann Lopez’s And Then It Was Revealed. Lose yourself in the masquerade of who we claim to be while anticipating what may actually lie beneath.
Wars Within Us by Kelsey Anderson features a powerful female ensemble ready for battle, and embodies the tumultuous inner conflicts we may feel every day. Wars Within Us asks us what’s worth fighting for, and to harness that which gives us strength.
The evening is peppered with The Interludes: Robes/Ripe/Reds by Pulse Dance Company Founder and Director Stephanie Wonchala. Set to gripping and exalted classical scores, audiences will be intrigued by these intertwined, bite-sized gems of contemporary dance and physical theater.
Guest performances by Studio Pulse Center for Dance’s competition teams and Anchorage’s Rhythm Roots Hip Hop crew make this exhilarating evening of dance a must-see!
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Sydney Laurence Theatre
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts
621 W. 6th Ave
Anchorage, AK 99501
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