Dance: Night Moves

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Frank Sinatra's connection to the dance world began in his heyday, when he pulled out some moves to co-star with Gene Kelly in several musicals for MGM. Legendary choreographer Twyla Tharp keeps the link alive with "Sinatra Suite," a piece set to five Sinatra songs that's been a popular repertoire choice for BalletMet, and it's back for their current dance compilation Night Moves. Also on the program, five local and world premieres, including a new work by company dancer Adam Hundt set to The Chemical Brothers and a piece originally created by artistic director Gerard Charles in 1985.

"Night Moves"

When: Through Nov. 21

Where: BalletMet Performance Space, Downtown