Dance Theatre of Harlem - Michigan Opera Theatre

Celebrating its golden anniversary, Dance Theatre of Harlem returns to the Detroit Opera House with a program showcasing 50 years of their commitment to access, opportunity and excellence. Using the language of ballet they celebrate African-American culture and bring new life to the art form. Audiences have come to love their thrilling performances that empower and inspire.

Fast Facts

Dance Theatre of Harlem
Founded 1968 by Arthur Mitchell

Program

Orange by Stanton Welch

Short film-tribute to Arthur Mitchell

The Greatest by Arthur Mitchell

~Intermission~

Passage by Claudia Schreier

~Intermission~

A new piece by Robert Garland (a world premiere set to the Music of Stevie Wonder)

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Sponsors

2019-20 Dance Season
made possible through the generosity of

JOANNE and RICHARD BRODIE
and the
MAXINE and STUART FRANKEL FOUNDATION

with additional support from
Jeremy Zeltzer and Kevin Dennis

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Fast Facts

Dance Theatre of Harlem
Founded 1968 by Arthur Mitchell

Sponsors

2019-20 Dance Season
made possible through the generosity of

JOANNE and RICHARD BRODIE
and the
MAXINE and STUART FRANKEL FOUNDATION

with additional support from
Jeremy Zeltzer and Kevin Dennis