Review | 60 years on, Alvin Ailey’s dancers take the stage — and prove why the company is unlike any other

At the D.C. premiere of a work he’d commissioned to celebrate six decades as a primarily African American dance company, Alvin Ailey Artistic Director Robert Battle spoke of the late company founder Ailey as “a black man who had a vision 60 years ago, and here we are, living in his wake.”

Witness Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at The Music Center, April 3-7. 🎟http://bit.ly/2GDQj7h

Review | 60 years on, Alvin Ailey’s dancers take the stage — and prove why the company is unlike any other

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