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nwrh.0321.civic.ballet.assemble.2015-9

nwrh.0321.civic.ballet.assemble.2015-9

Lake Charles Civic Ballet presents: Assemblé 2015. The Lake Charles Civic Ballet is proud to present Assemblé 2015 . Assemblé* 2015 features collaborative works with other local arts organizations and individuals. Among the pieces featured are John Ieyoub as The King with choreography by Damien Thibodeaux; LCCB's original Ou est La Fox?, with live music composed by Sulphur native Jeffrey Roy and conducted by Bill Rose; excerpts from Oklahoma accompanied by Chris Miller and various musicians and singers from the Lake Area; Brahms Suite featuring the vocal accompaniment of soprano Laurie Robertson; and, contemporary pieces staged by Golden Wright. Assemblé 2015 seeks to reach across the bounds of ballet and dance to fuse together a wide range of talent in our local artistic community. With such a broad variety of dance and art performed at this year's event, there will truly be something for everyone! Performance dates for Assemblé 2015 at the Rosa Hart Theatre in Lake Charles, LA are Saturday, March 21 at 7:00 pm and Sunday, March 22 at 3:00 pm. Ticket prices start at $30 and are on sale now by contacting The Civic Center Box Office/Ticketmaster at (337) 491-1432 or www.ticketmaster.com. *The name Assemblé [a•sahn•BLAY] is French for ‘to come together' and a ballet term that denotes a particular jump ending with both the legs and feet coming together. The name was carefully chosen as it also aptly describes the spirit and goal of LCCB's collaboration with the Southwest Louisiana arts community to create a show that will fuse ballet, music and original choreography into a memorable experience for all audiences. Photo by http://www.romeroandromerophotography.com