Four of N.C. Dance Theatre’s leading members are saying goodbye to the company’s audiences this weekend.
The four – Alessandra Ball, Rebecca Carmazzi, David Ingram and Justin VanWeest – have a combined 30 years’ experience with NCDT. Their decisions to move on from the company show how dancers feel the pull of families and relationships. After all, they may play fairy-tale characters onstage, but they’re still human.
They’re bowing out this weekend in NCDT’s last performances of the season. The program combines the premiere of “Dangerous Liaisons” by Sasha Janes – a former NCDT dancer, now its rehearsal director – and a revival of “Artifice” by the company’s resident choreographer, Dwight Rhoden.
Get ready for a last look at: