Twenty Years for Forty Steps Dance

Buy your tickets now to the performance of the decade-- make that two decades-- by Nahant's own Forty Steps Dance modern troupe.

The clock is ticking on discounted tickets to the dance performance of the decade-- make that, two decades-- as Forty Steps Dance prepares for its 20th Anniversary Concert on March 16 at Nahant Town Hall.

Tickets are just $20 for this rich cultural experience until March 1, then will go up to $25. The performance is partially funded by the Nahant Cultural Council.

Forty Steps Dance is a ten-dancer troupe under the artistic direction of Nahant's own Sallee Slagle. The company routinely performs in the greater Boston area, delighting audiences with traditional modern technique influenced by dance greats Jose Limon and Doris Humphrey.

Slagle, who also operates Dance Dimensions of Nahant, recently incorporated the dance company as a non-profit cultural institution, enabling patrons to support the artists with tax-free contributions.

The 20th Anniversary Concert will pay homage to Slagle's journey by featuring popular works from the past, current dances, and glimpses of the future:

“Accord” (1992)“Fragile” (2001 & 2011)“Beneath the Surface” (2010)“The Flood” (2012) and excerpts from two new works in progress, “Creatures” and “Steps.” 

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