By Cherri Gregg

(Credit: Randall E. Scott)

(Credit: Randall E. Scott)

By Cherri Gregg

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Dance Company presents its spring program at the Kimmel Center from April 19th through the 21st. The theme is “The Big Bang!”

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“It’s about places in time,” says Joan Myers Brown, the artistic director and founder of Philadanco.

She says the performances will take the audience on a trip to ‘Danco’s past and future by resurrecting the 1970s ballet “Time and Space,” by the late Harold Pierson, and Milton Myers’s 1990s piece, “Love ‘n Pain.”

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“’Love and Pain’– Aretha Franklin’s music,” says Brown. “It’s all women, and they got a lot of love and a lot of pain!”

The show includes a crowd favorite, “Look Who’s Coming to Dinner,” by Ray Mercer. Then the dancers will fast forward to The Big Bang– the signature piece — by choreographer Christopher Huggins.

“We’re going to go forward and backward and really show people that Philadanco has been around for a long time and that we’re part of the past and part of the future.”

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