Xhale Dance Company is back at The Painted Bride

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The Xhale Dance Company returns to the Painted Bride for a third season with The Seven Deadly Sins. This contemporary jazz company utilizes tap, ballet, musical theater and live musicians to bring the sins of man to life.  The performance will feature new works by guest choreographers Mark Caserta and Mindy Ann Kendi. Also featured are singers Kathleen Borrelli, Anthony Gault, Brad Greer, Angela Devine and Matthew Sheppard. Look for acclaimed, latin ballroom dancers, Cedric Jacobsen & Chirstey Kam as well as the premiere of a new compisition by Joey Contreras.

Based in Philadelphia, The Xhale Dance Company is under the direction of Michael Susten, who has pulled together dancers and choreographers from all over the city to create his ensemble. Justine Capria, the company’s Artistic Director, and Michael work together to translate real life stories to the stage. The two met their freshman year at the University of the Arts, and have been creating  movements together ever since.  The company’s full name, “Xhale- A World full of Seduction, Passion & Vulnerability” describes exactly what it is. To learn more about Xhale Dance Company visit www.xhaledance.com

To see Xhale Dance Company…
Sunday April 5th
7:00 pm
The Painted Bride Art Center, 230 Vine Street, Phila. Pa
Tickets $15 – www.paintedbride.org or 215.925.9914

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