(331) Cathy Marston on ‘Summer and Smoke’ at Houston Ballet

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On today’s episode of ‘Conversations On Dance’, we have celebrated choreographer Cathy Marston on to discuss her upcoming premiere for Houston Ballet, ‘Summer and Smoke’. Cathy tells us what drew her to Tennesse Williams’ play as source material for a new ballet, her casting process and creating to composer Michael Daugherty’s original score for the work. If you are in the Houston area, you can attend performances of ‘Summer and Smoke’ from March 9 through 19th, with tickets available to purchase on houstonballet.org


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