That's Entertainment!: Duncan, Irwin, Racey and Ziemba Set for Oct. 24 Career Transition for Dancers Benefit

News   That's Entertainment!: Duncan, Irwin, Racey and Ziemba Set for Oct. 24 Career Transition for Dancers Benefit
 
The annual gala benefit for Career Transition for Dancers is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 24 at New York's City Center.
Noah Racey
Noah Racey

Entitled That’s Entertainment! Celebrating Career Transition for Dancers’ 20th Anniversary Jubilee, the 7 PM evening, according to press notes, "will pay homage to a century of dance in American entertainment. It will be a lively jubilee that highlights a variety of styles from Ballet to Broadway to Break Dance — with a side order of circus arts for fun." Those already lined up to take part in the evening include Sandy Duncan, Bill Irwin, Lypsinka, Michael Moschen, Richard Move, Noah Racey, Mr. Wiggles of the Electric Boogaloos and Karen Ziemba. The one-night-only event will also boast artists from American Ballet Theatre, AntiGravity, The Big Apple Circus, Complexions, Dance Times Square, Martha Graham Dance Company and the World Cup Shooting Stars All Star Cheerleading. (The roster of participants is subject to change.)

Produced and directed by Ann Marie DeAngelo, the evening will feature musical direction by Robert Mikulski.

Career Transition for Dancers, founded in 1985, helps dancers establish new careers when dance is no longer an option. Since its inception, the organization has helped over 3,000 professional dancers begin new careers. For more information about CTFD, visit www.careertransition.org.

Tickets for That’s Entertainment! Celebrating Career Transition for Dancers’ 20th Anniversary Jubilee are priced at $550 and $1,000, which includes the City Center performance (131 West 55th Street) and a post performance "Anniversary Waltz Supper with the Stars" at the Metropolitan Ballroom Sheraton New York. For tickets, call Gary Tigner at (212) 764 0172.

Performance-only tickets will be available beginning Aug. 29 by calling (212) 581-1212. Visit www.citycenter.org for more information.

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