Anthology
February 6 – 9, 2025
Often an audience favorite, Anthology offers rich variety in a collection of short works. This season, the common thread in this program is one of distinctly American influences. In different ways, each of these works exemplify the many facets of American dance as we know it today.  We are excited to revive Six Figures, created by company soloist Ashley Baker during our digital season in 2021. Ashley created this work for the screen and is excited to reimagine it for a live audience. Created for the 50th anniversary celebration of the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company, Something About Night offers poignant scenes of dancers sharing moments of refuge in an increasingly loud world.  We are thrilled to have this work return to our stage this season. Cherice Barton is a new voice in Ballet Idaho’s repertoire, but she is anything but new to the world of choreography. Barton’s experience ranges from concert dance to film, Broadway, and television. Based in Los Angeles, she has worked with famous figures like Katy Perry and George Lucas, and we look forward to seeing what Cherice creates in Boise with our talented artists.  Also back by popular demand, we will close our program with the incredible Extremely Close, choreographed by Alejandro Cerrudo featuring music by the iconic American composer, Phillip Glass. One of Cerrudo’s most performed works, this work has proven to be an enduring classic of the contemporary dance cannon, leaving the audience captivated with its hypnotic drama.

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