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    Where:
    300 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
    When:
    • Monday August 21st 2017 to Sunday October 1st 2017

    Philadelphia’s premier modern dance company returns to the Perelman Theater with two exciting productions! The season spotlights the incomparable legacy of African American choreographers with pieces spanning the genres of dance, literature, and theater, and celebrates the successful careers of the company’s alumni, with works by Alvin Ailey’s Hope Boykin, Anthony Burrell, and more!

     

    This special offer saves you 35%, see both shows for just under $40. Tickets for each performances are $19.50 in this promotion.

     

    Discount available in 2nd balcony only.

    About Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts

    The Kimmel Center's 2,500-seat Verizon Hall and 650-seat Perelman Theater join the venerable Academy of Music as one of the nation's largest performing arts centers. The new building includes a 150-seat Innovation Studio, the Merck Arts Education Center, a rooftop garden terrace, large pubic gathering space and a restaurant. Visit their impressive website for scheduling information and an interactive tour. Tours are led by experienced volunteer guides, are free of charge, and depart from the Information Desk, located in Commonwealth Plaza. Walking tours last approximately one hour and include most areas of our multi-level facility, which encompasses an entire city block. Tours are on a first-come, first-served basis and are limited to 20 persons per tour. Visitors may register for tours at the Information Desk, which opens at noon daily.

    TICKETS
    Membership Available
    $30
    $19.50
    CONTACT
    Ticket Philadelphia
    215-893-1999

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