Ballroom With A Twist Tickets
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Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra Air Canada Pops: Ballroom with a Twist tickets at Manitoba Centennial Concert Hall,Winnipeg,MB on 5/22 8:00PM
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Ballroom with a Twist tickets at The Sanford Center (Formerly Bemidji Regional Event Center),Bemidji,MN on 7/1 7:30PM
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Ballroom with a Twist tickets at New Jersey Performing Arts Center - Prudential Hall,Newark,NJ on 7/18 8:00PM
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Ballroom with a Twist tickets at NYCB Theatre at Westbury,Westbury,NY on 8/9 8:00PM
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Ballroom with a Twist is an exciting dance show starring dance pros from So You Think You Can Dance, and Dancing With the Stars, as well as finalists from American Idol. Together, the artists have created an extravagant show with brilliant music, dazzling costumes, and mind-blowing performances, choreographed by Louis van Amstel. According to the latter, the costumes are very similar to those on Dancing with the Stars, being characteristically colorful and flashy. Since this show is not a competition, none of the dancers will be eliminated. Amstel has described the performance to be very similar to musicals, with dance number much like those on Broadway.
The music is authentic with a touch of classical and pop, which perfectly befits ballroom dancing, while alongside the team also incorporates hip hop. Among the many team members is conductor John Varineau, dancers Jonathan Roberts and Edyta Sliwinska, and vocalists Von Smith, David Hemadez, Lakisha Jones, and Gina Glockson. Ballroom with a Twist tickets are quite a treat among fans of the original TV song and dance extravaganzas, looking forward to experiencing duplicate performances onstage.
The secret of making Ballroom with a Twist successful lies in its format. The show is designed much like a TV show where no dance ensemble or routine will exceed the span of three minutes limit. Its hosts, such as Anna Trebunskaya, and Jonathan Roberts, keep nurturing the audience’s curiosity with compliments and revelations about upcoming surprise routines. The choreography incorporates an array of styles from hip hop to waltz, while the recorded music alternates in alignment with the moves. Whatever the context, applause prompting actions like body flips, frequently mark the performance at regular intervals. The dance featured here has more to do with athletic abilities, so that the fourteen performers, several of whom have made appearances in the TV shows, are well-practiced. There are as many as thirty-two numbers included in the two-hour show, which is short yet thrilling enough to explore the romantic implications of the social dance.
Ballroom with a Twist has become an international critically acclaimed dance production, choreographed and conceived by ABC-TVs Dancing With the Star’s, Emmy-nominated choreographer Louis van Amstel. The latter is known to be a consummate professional and international world champion who has dedicated his life to his craft. He first started Dancesport career training at a theater school that allows him to gain some background in jazz, tap and ballet, while also letting him engage in demanding competitions. After graduating, he went to the University of Arts in Amsterdam, where he worked on his skill in the area of classical theory and dance. He has been performing in the world of Dancesport for almost two decades, now. In addition, he has appeared as a guest on many hit TV shows, most notable among which include The Suite Life with Cody and Zack, and All My Children. His most prominent contributions include his appearances on three seasons of Dancing with the Stars, which has gained the status of pop culture phenomenon in and abroad the US. his success eventually made him the choreographer, performer and creative director of Dancing with the Stars Touring Show that has been performed in many cities throughout Canada and the US.
Ballroom with a Twist has received interesting reviews from various sources; LA Weekly described it as marvelous high-caliber entertainment that offers something to everyone, with its exceptional choreography and gorgeous costumes. BroadwayWorlds.com has quoted the show to be ‘electrically charged’ such that it will certainly keep its audiences ‘jumping for joy’. ArtsBeat/LA has called it a stunningly entertaining dance extravaganza that provides the crowds with first-class banquet ballroom dancing. This is a show, with its incredibly talented dancing and singing troupe, not to be missed. Just grab some cheap Ballroom with a Twist tickets, and be there for the inspiring dance moves, powerful music and the overall lively atmosphere.