Rhythm Of The Dance Tickets
Make your way to a night full of magical dance performances as The National Dance Company of Ireland prepares to present the Rhythm of the Dance show. Attend the show with your Rhythm of the Dance tickets and have a great time.
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- Rhythm of The Dance, Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center tickets for 03/04 07:30 PM Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center
- Wed Mar 04 2015
- Rhythm of The Dance, State Theatre Easton tickets for 03/08 04:00 PM State Theatre Easton
- Sun Mar 08 2015
The upcoming show will present a two act dance and musical fiesta that will showcase true Irish dance styles and talent. The event will combine traditional Irish dance styles with contemporary forms so as to provide the journey of the evolution of these performing arts over thousands of years. Rhythm of the Dance will present a live band along with three tenors who will play music that will be danced to by a team of twenty two dancers. With state of the art lighting and stage technology, the Rhythm of the Dance show has grown to become one of the most popular and busiest shows throughout the world. Over the years, the show has been witnessed by more than four million people and now you have to chance to become a part of this figure. What are you waiting for? Get your hands on the tickets for the show immediately.
The dance team of the show consists of six male dancers that include Michael Byrne, Sean McCormack, Damien Friel, Eamonn Moloney, Sean Regan and Cathal Bryne, along with eight female dancers namely Nicola Kennedy, Siobhan Joyce, Nicola Mante, Eleanor Rooney, Kiara Bradley, Fiona Stone, Leslie Mc Donough, Emma O’Sullivan and Ciara Lee Jenkinson. The three tenors who play beside the live band include Barry Keenan, David Flynn and Cormac O’Daly, while the live band constitutes of musicians, John Murphy playing the fiddle, Kelly Fitzhenry on flute, Michael Coult handling the pipes, Barry Lyons playing the guitar, Roisin Hayes who is the harpist, Sean Garvey on accordion, Eammon Moloney playing the bodhran and lastly Cathal Byrne playing the banjo.
The show starts off by presenting the first act that consists of a total of twelve performances that includes several songs and dances. The very first dance that is held is called "Storybook- the Odyssey" that presents a journey back into time as to how ancient Irish emigrants made their way from stonewalls to enormous skyscrapers. The second dance is called "Blind Encounter" in which the dancers will showcase how the French Revolution stirred emotions of equality amongst the Irish. Ready for battle the Irish troops prepare themselves to protect the land, but on the arrival of the enemy, the two nations come to realize that they are allies rather than foes. The story moves on and the next act presents a song called "The Irish Music Hall Melody" that brings to stage, cheerful melodies.
Five more dances are presented after this called "Rhythm in Motion" that depicts that arrival of Irish show bands of the sixties, "Northern Exposure" that showcases how the Irish won their independence from the English rule, "Bringing it All Back Home" that presents the Sean nos dance, one of Ireland’s oldest dance styles, "The Drill" that brings to stage the story of Michael Collins, the exceptional Irish leader and "The Hill of Tara", that presents the story of this monumental hill and as to how it is a famous battleground. The next scene presents live music by the band called "Lightening Strikes" that showcases the true essence of the festive Irish music. This is followed by another dance called "Afro Celt" that tells the story of how the Irish migrated to the US after the potato famine. The last two scenes present a song from The Aran Sweaters which was an influential group of the sixties after which the final dance of Act 1 comes to stage. This dance is called "Solstice" and shows how darkness disappears and loves emerges amongst the Irish community.
With the end of the first act, the show will commence its second act that also includes eleven more performances. If you wish to see how act two carries on, then all you need to do is buy Rhythm of the Dance tickets .