- The Washington Times - Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Philadelphia-based Philadanco might not be the best-known black dance company in America (that honor would go to the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater), but perhaps it’s better that way. That makes it easier to get tickets to the company’s electrifying performances, including tonight’s concert at the Kennedy Center — beginning at 8 and featuring works by Ronald K. Brown, Christopher L. Huggins and more. This morning at 11, the troupe, founded by Joan Myers Brown in 1970, conducts a free lecture-demonstration as part of the KenCen’s Performance Plus program. Tickets for tonight’s performance are $12 to $35. Call 202/467-4600 or log onto www.kennedy-center.org.

Jenny Mayo

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