Orpheum Theatre | Omaha, Nebraska
Innovative, talented and powerful NYC-based dance company Camille A. Brown and Dancers are headed to Orpheum Theater – Omaha on Friday 21st February 2020 to perform a series of dances from their illustrious repertory program!
“Incredibly inventive and energetic dancers”
— Belfast Telgraph
“Sent the audience out of the theater whooping with justifiable delight.”
— Danceview Times
“Fierce and feisty cast, the dance became alive with individual personalities…just like NYC!"
— Deborah Wingert, Eye on the Arts, NY
“A tour de force ”
— Jennifer Dunning, The New York Times
“Heart, mind, soul, passion, full-out dancing and introspective solos… Add high production values and a gifted cast, who gave it their all, and you have one heck of a show.”
— The Herald Sun
“Camille A. Brown and Dancers were AMAZING in every way. Every work on the mixed repertoire program was artistically superb… I've already received a few notes from audience members who were really moved by the performance. I've also had community members rave about the social dance class the company members lead for the community. It was fun, educational and the dancers inspired us all. Thank you Camille A. Brown and Dancers!!"“The dancing is fierce, the performers’ stamina impressive, and their performance risky”
— World Dance Views
Dancer, choreographer, director and dance educator Camille A. Brown is the founder and artistic director of Camille A. Brown & Dancers – a nationally and internationally touring NYC-based dance company. Brown is a four-time Princess Grace Award recipient and Tony Award nominee, whose has also been honored with the Guggenheim Fellowship, a Doris Duke Performing Artist Award, and a Bessie Award, among other accolades. She is best known for her company’s trilogy about culture, race and identity that began with the Bessie Award-winning “Mr. TOL E. RAncE” (2012), followed by Bessie-nominated “BLACK GIRL:Linguistic Play” (2015) and the final installation, “ink” (2017).