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Black ink : Black Student Movement, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. online resource ([Chapel Hill, N.C.]) 1969-current, February 11, 1991, Image 8

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Black Ink February 11,1991 The Joseph Holmes Chicago Dance Theatre 8 u A N i; t rs 7 '4 I MPACT Comes to Memorial Hall Feb. 16 The Joseph Holmes Dance The atre, three times nominated for the N.A.C.A.’s Performing Artist of the Year, is a multiracial company that consistently brings audiences to their feet across the country. Maintaining its philosophy of creating and performing original choreography, the company Holmes ’ successor to carry out his vision and bring the company to world-class prominence. The Joseph Holmes Dance Theatre is the recipient of two 1988 Ruth Page Awards, on for Out standing Choreographer of the Year (Mr. Duncan), and one for Outstanding Dancer of the Year People, Arts groups audiences of all ages with the breadth of it repertory. From "Aretha,"a suite from the streets, to ‘Turning Tides,” an exquisite expression of emotion, JHDT il luminates life’s dramatic mo ments. Founded in 1974, the company was led for 12 years by Joseph Holmes, founder and director. In 1986, after Mr. Holmes’ death, Randy Duncan was chosen as Mr. (Patrick Mullaney, company member). It is also the recipient of a 1986 Ruth Page Award for Out standing Artistic Achievement. The company has an extensive na tional touring roster which takes it to the East Coast, the South, and throughout the Midwest. The 1988-89 season brought the company’s first international en gagement, in Israel. (December 1988) CAROLINA UNION PERFORMING ARTS SERIES Prtsenis JOSEPH HOLMES CHICAGO DANCE THEATRE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR: RANDY DUNCAN exciting! dynamic! exuberant! Saturday, February 16 8 p.m. Memorial Hall $14 General Public $8 UNC Students Carollrta Union Box Office 962-1449 Visa and Mastercard Accepted Thlk performance It jointly sponsored by tbe North Carolina Arts Cooocil and tha National Endownwit for the Arls in Washington, a federal agency, and is funded in pail by Dane* On Tour, a special initiative of tha National Endowment for the Arts. The BCC presents a SOUL EXPRESSION Conceit ''J^lzzing It Up in Style" Special Appearance by EXPLOSION DATE: February 15, 1991 8 pm WHERE: Memorial Hall UNC-C ADMISSION: $3.00 SPECIAL GUEST VOCALISTS; Naomi King Jameria McPhatter Jerry Cameron Esa Davis Melvin Farland Amy Williams FLUTIST Robin Heller HOST: Chris Brown UNC Festival SWEET HONEY IN THE ROCK Wednesday, February 20 $14.00 UNC Student $10.00 DIAL AND OATTS Friday, February 22 $6.00 UNC Student Free w/ticket AHMAD JAMAL TRIO Saturday, February 23 $12.00 Student $8.00 DON CHERRY AND MULTIKULTI Sunday,February 24 $10.00 UNC Student $6.00 ALL CONCERTS AT 8:00 PM MEMORIAL HALL - UNC CAMPUS TICKETS ON SALE FEB. 1 Carolina Union Box Office 962-1449 Mon.-Thurs. 10:00 am to 5:00 pm WUNC Radio 966-5454 Presented by UNC Department of Mu sic, Carolina Union Performing Arts Committee, and WUNC in association with the Chapel Hill Herald. Celebrate. Disseminate. Educate. Inforinate. Forum of Debate. BLACK INK... Black to Life!

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