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Dance Recital, Reception, and meet Melissa Thodos '84


Skidmore - Chicago
Performance by Thodos Dance Chicago (TDC) and Reception
When: Sunday, March 3, 2013
Performance at 2:00 pm
Reception 4:00-5:30 pm

Where:Harris Theatre at Millennium Park
205 East Randolph Drive, Chicago, IL

Cost: $30 per person
Must be paid in advance, includes ticket to the performance and reception

RSVP:Please register by February 22, 2013.
For questions, contact the Office of Alumni Affairs at 518-580-5610.

Please join Skidmore Alumni, Parents, and Friends at the Harris Theater at Millennium Park for a performance by Thodos Dance Chicago (TDC), produced by Skidmore Alum, Melissa Thodos '84.  

Melissa, TDC Founder and Artistic Director  once again collaborates with Tony Award-winning Broadway  Star, Ann Reinking, to present the premiere of “A Light in the Dark," a one act story ballet about Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan, featuring an original score by Bruce Wolosoff.  Also featured will be a new work from renowned California choreographer KT Nelson titled "rest is not always possible", an exciting new piece from Melissa Thodos titled "Subtle Passages", plus a stunning work by choreographer Brian Enos titled "Lullaby" which premiered in 2012 at the acclaimed New Dances choreography performance series. 

Immediately following the performance, The Harris Theater will host a Champagne and Wine reception with a chance to meet and mingle with Melissa Thodos '84, the dancers, and other friends of Skidmore. We have purchased a limited amount of tickets, so respond today!

To RSVP or for questions, please contact the Office of Alumni Affairs and College Events via phone at 518-580-5610 or by email at

Please respond on or before February 22, 2013. 

The tickets for the Skidmore attendees will be held in one envelope at the THODOS DANCE CHICAGO Courtesy Desk at the Harris Theatre on the Lowest Level. 

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