Where’s Amy enjoys Gregory Hancock’s ‘Exodus’


Where’s Amy attended the April 5 opening-night performance of Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre’s “Exodus” April 5. The show ran for two nights only at the The Tarkington in Carmel. This brilliant production by Gregory Hancock brought the audience to tears because of the intense story, emotion and physical dance moves. Hancock’s story, choreography, lighting, costumes and music made this a magical and unforgettable work of art. I loved the performance so much that it was the first time in five years of doing my column “Where’s Amy” that I attended both shows. If you missed “Exodus,” be sure to check out “The Violin Under The Bed” June 7-8 and “La Casa Azul” July 11-28. “Where’s Amy” Can’t wait to see you there. gregoryhancockdancetheatre.org


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