Nirvana Remembered Through Interpretive Dance

Published: 2007-04-02
There is the Beatles show performed by Cirque de Soleil and now there is an interpretive movement show dedicated to another band, Nirvana.

In the hometown of grunge(Seattle), Nirvana's album Nevermind is being performed through dance on stage. The show consists of dancers performing through movement the record's themes and Kurt's life.

The theatre where they are honouring the band is the Spectrum Dance Theatre. It's a theatre in which Nirvana had previously performed. It's also a theatre where Kurt's daughter, Frances Bean took dance lessons.

The Seattle Times said the show was an, "exploratory show illustrating Kurt Cobain's life, drug addiction, sexual confusion, fame and suicide via spot-on-grunge-rock costumes varying dance choreography, and, of course, a kick ass soundtrack, Never-Mind's dancers also fit nicely into the grunge mold."

Writer: Lindsey Peterson



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