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ihe University of Nebraska is pleased to sponsor this
appearance of the Joffrey Ballet. Thanks to the endorse
ment of the National Endowment for the Arts, the Mid
America Arts Alliance, the Nebraska Arts Council, and
many cooperative citizens, Nebraska will be treated to the
Joftrey Ballet from the City Center in New York City.
This superb company, resplendent in its youth, it happy
sense of showmanship, is a joy to behold. It brings with
it a fun and exciting repertoire which reveals its wide
range of styles from classical to rock. It is hoped that this
co-operative venture will provice patrons with a significant
cultural experience. . . . this Joffrey is the most exciting,
if not the best in the business."- Glenna Syse, CHICAGO
Friday, February 1
8 PM, Pershing Auditorium
Music by Johann Strauss, Sr. and Johann Meyer.
Choreography by Gerald Arpino.
A salute to the Old Vienna of court balls and wein
gartens. "A classic ballet of beguiling charms...
daringly inventive choreography."
(Clive Barnes, The New York Times.)
The Moor's Pavane
Music by Henry Purcell. Choreography by Jose
Subtitled: "Variations on a theme of Otello." The
New York Daily News wrote: "An intensely dra
matic new production... creating a powerful por
trait of how jealousy can shatter lives "
Music by Erik Satie. Choreography Dy Leonide
Based on inspirations by Cocteau and Picasso.
Greer Johnson of CUE describes it as "sparkling,
handsome, and meaningful... tne dance and the
movement serve delightfully to create and to ani
mate a Cubist canvas right before our eyes."
Music by Morton Gould. Choreography by Jerome
It's breezy, it's casual, and it's very cunningly de
Signed. ..the spirit of a youthful world of good,
clean, high-spirited fun " Chicago Daily News.
'Ifalurdav. February 2 "
8 PM, Pershing Auditoriunn
Music by Felix Mendelssohn Choreographed by
Sir Frederick Ashton.
"Based on Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's
Dream,' is a picture postcard of the purest art. This
new production is a charmer, full of the original's
mixture of Shakespeare, poetry, Mendelssohn,
moonshine and fun." (Clive Barnes. New York
Music by Wolfgang A. Mozart Choreography by
Claudia Cassidy of the Chicago Tribune reviewed:
"the simplest, headiest, most alluring blend of
idyllic Mozart. Ming Cho Lee's fragile and potent
setting, and the mood Arpmo has conjured for a
boy and girl .."
Choreographed by Gerald Arpino to the music of
Alan Ridgr and Lee Holdridge.
This powerful and swinging ballet is, as Clive
Harms uf The New York Times wrote, "probably
tru best rock ballot ever created ..a positive cele
bration ol lite and dance."
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