HENRY AND EDWARD
ST. LOUIS PREMIERE
Dance St. Louis kicks off its 2018-19 season with Wewolf at the renovated, historic Grandel Theatre in the Grand Center Arts District.
Experience a fusion of hip-hop, breakdancing, contemporary dance and contortion like you've never seen before from the LA-based company of international artists.
RubberLegz and James Gregg are renowned choreographers and seasoned dancers that have joined forces in creating Wewolf, a company which is focused on creating and working on different projects that brings their methods of dance and visual arts together.
Henry and Edward
Making its North American premiere in St. Louis, Henry and Edward presents hip-hop like you have never seen before!
The piece is an abstract representation of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. It explores the connection of two bodies forming one soul and the discussion between two entities inside one being. It's the battle of the euphoric high and how to maintain that sensation, and the battle within oneself and the voice of the alter ego.
With the artists’ backgrounds ranging from hip-hop, threading and breakdance to contemporary dance, this work combines all these art forms to come up with an intellectual and thought-provoking full evening work.
September 15, 2018 - 2:00 PMSeptember 15, 2018 - 7:30 PM
TICKET PRICE SERVICE CHARGE TOTAL PER TICKET $40.00 - Orchestra Center $6.00 + $1 facililty fee $47.00 $35.00 - Orchestra Sides $5.25 + $1 facility fee $41.25 $35.00 - Balcony Center $5.25 + $1 facility fee $41.25 $30.00 - Balcony Sides $4.50 + $1 facility fee $35.50
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3610 Grandel Square , St. Louis, Missouri 63108
The Grandel Theatre is a 600-capacity, world-class performing arts venue operated by the Kranzberg Arts Foundation. Concerts, plays, musicals, dance performances, comedy shows, and much more find a home on The Grandel’s stage, activated by KAF resident organizations, independent producers, and local, national & internationally touring artists. Please visit www.thegrandel.com for a full event listing and more information.
The Grandel is a fully handicap accessible and ADA compliant venue. Handicap reserved parking and entrance (via ramp) are located on the direct west side of the building. Entrance to the parking lot is accessible from the alleyway on the south side of the building, off of N. Grand Blvd. or N. Spring Ave. Handicap preferred seating is available in the theatre and at The Dark Room upon reservation / request. All three public floors of The Grandel are handicap accessible via elevator.