Words fail me as I try to express my profound gratitude to all of you who danced this year as well as those from former years who were able to be present at the final performance on the Robsham Stage after 35 years! When i created A Dancer's Christmas in 1984, the apostrophe came before the s, symbolizing a single dancer's experience of Christmas. After all these years I think the apostrophe should come after since the Christmas Shows belong to all of you! A DANCERS' CHRISTMAS!
A special thanks to Brian Faherty who sent the vimeo link to the final performance you can see it in the Christmas Reflections page on our website.
Last night was the final dress after 35 years of Christmas Choreography/ 28 years of A Dancer's Christmas and 7 of Christmas Reflections. This is my thank you to all who have been the source of so much joy for me! ( if you notice me slowing down in the p
After 35 years of Christmas Choreography the company will be presenting its final performances in the Robsham Theater. 28 years of A Dancer's Christmas and 7 of Christmas Reflections add up to an amazing run! Thanks to all over the years who have made these performances so special! I hope you will be able to join us for on the 18th at 7:30, the 19th and 20th at 3PM.
The Boston Liturgical Dance Ensemble performs the choreography of Robert VerEecke, S.J. During the Advent season, the company presents its major work--Christmas Reflections. On holidays, the company participates in the liturgies at St. Ignatius Church. BLDE hosts sevmalleral workshops each year.