Still waters run deep

The dynamic cast of Highway 1, USA rehearses an explosive scene from the dean of African American composers’ intimate one-act opera exploring human thresholds, opening February 4 at the Musical Arts Center.

A double bill, “An Evening of William Grant Still” begins when ballet meets home life in times of quarantine, as Sasha Janes’ 19, choreographed to music from Still’s Afro-American Symphony, captures the surreal state of a global pandemic.

Two studies of endurance during a time when our own endurance is being tested as never before.

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