Rhythm Of The Dance Tickets
|Latest Rhythm Of The Dance Tickets|
Rhythm of the Dance tickets at Mahaffey Theater At The Progress Energy Center,Saint Petersburg,FL on 2/17 7:30PM
|Tue Feb 17 2015||View Tickets|
Rhythm of the Dance tickets at Youkey Theatre - Lakeland Center,Lakeland,FL on 2/18 7:30PM
|Wed Feb 18 2015||View Tickets|
Rhythm of The Dance tickets at Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center,Chester,NY on 3/4 7:30PM
|Wed Mar 4 2015||View Tickets|
Rhythm of The Dance tickets at State Theatre - Easton,Easton,PA on 3/8 4:00PM
|Sun Mar 8 2015||View Tickets|
Rhythm of the Dance tickets at Florida Theatre Jacksonville,Jacksonville,FL on 3/18 8:00PM
|Wed Mar 18 2015||View Tickets|
Details of Rhythm Of The Dance and the Ticket Luck value
With moves so crisp and precise to give you goose-bumps, Rhythm of the Dance is the ultimate dance show that is a true blend of early folk and contemporary Irish dance and music. Presented by Ireland’s National Dance Company, the show consists of three tenors along with quite a few musicians who play flawless tunes to the twenty two ultra-talented dancers who perform. Let’s not forget a small part that makes the ambiance perfect; high technology lighting and stage arrangements.
For years Rhythm of the Dance has been on tour proving to entertain millions. It started out as a tour meant only for the United States of America in 1998. The show was so great, it instantly became famous. With a rise in fame, Rhythm of the Dance tickets are quite in demand.
The two-act show has both male and female performers. Out of the males, there are six dancers namely Michael Byrne, Damien Friel, Sean McCormack, Eamonn Moloney, Cathal Byrne and Sean Regan. How can the ladies fall back; the eight spectacular girls who dance are Siobhan Joyce, Nicola Kennedy, Nicola Mante, Kiara Bradley, Eleanor Rooney, Fiona Stone, Emme O’ Sullivan, Leslie McDonough and Ciara Lee Jenkinson. The members of the live band are the fiddle player John Murphy, the bagpiper Michael Coult, the flute player Kelly Fitzhenry, the harpist Roisin Hayes, the guitarist Barry Lyons, Cathal Byrne on the banjo, while on the accordion and bodhran we have Sean Garvy and Eamonn Moloney respectively. Last but not the least are the three tenors who play alongside the musicians; David Flynn, Barry Keenan and Cormac O’Daly.
Both the acts are packed with energy filled and fun songs that the cast members dance perfectly to. The first act begins with Storybook-The Odyssey which is a dance out of a total of twelve dance and song numbers in this initial act. This song depicts an early Irish scene that shows the time of ancient emigrants in old Ireland moving on to the tall buildings of New York City. There are also a few fun surprises that accompany the middle part of the first song. This is followed by Blind Encounter which shows a war scene at the time of the French Revolution of the 18th Century. The dance finishes with victory since both armies eventually find out that they are not enemies but friends. After this, the third song performed is The Irish Music Hall Melody after which Rhythm in Motion, Northern Exposure, The Drill, Bringing It All Back Home, The Hill of Tara, Afro Celt, Lightning Strikes, Solstice and Song are performed to each having its own very interesting story, dance and beat to it.
The second act is where the show gets even better and proves to the audiences the worth of Rhythm of the Dance tickets. The act starts with a song called New Dawn that shows the enchanted scenery, the royalty and an atmosphere of war in old Ireland. This is followed by other hits that are performed to and as time passes, the bar is raised higher and higher. To know what happens next, you must get hold of passes to attend one of the most spectacular dance shows of today’s day and age.
Those who have attended Rhythm of the Dance claim the show is flawless with all the performers making each move with perfect timing and synchronization. Fans also love how the performances are fast paced and have no unnecessary intervals that would drag the audiences into boredom. The overwhelming music makes the people watching want to tap their feet along with the Irish tap dancers.
A fun show for all the ages, Rhythm of the Dance is a show one should not let go. Rhythm of the Dance is not only a treat before Saint Patrick’s Day but every other day before and after it. The show is highly recommended for the entire family to enjoy together.