An Evening of Dance to the Music of Burt Bacharach
Following the roaring success of his Beatles tribute, Pepperland
, Mark Morris
teams up again with musical collaborator Ethan Iverson for THE LOOK OF LOVE
, a wistful and heartfelt homage to the chart-topping songs of Burt Bacharach (“Alfie,” “What the World Needs Now,” “Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head,” “The Look of Love,” “I Say a Little Prayer,” and more). A towering figure across decades of Popular music, Bacharach is known for crafting soaring melodies embedded in unique orchestrations influenced by jazz, rock, and Brazilian music — his longtime lyricist Hal David providing unsentimental, often bittersweet lyrics. The combination of these powerhouse creatives allows this original dance work to, like a great melody, evoke an atmosphere and inspire feelings all their own. This showpiece features original choreography by Morris and new, lush musical arrangements by Iverson, performed live by an ensemble of piano, trumpet, bass, percussion, and vocals by singer, actress, and Broadway star Marcy Harriell
. A must see for dance and music fans alike, THE LOOK OF LOVE also features lighting design by Nicole Pearce and costume design by Isaac Mizrahi.
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