Bus trip to Philadelphia for “Messiah”

Robert Weiss // Music by George Frideric Handel

Featuring The Pennsylvania Ballet Orchestra and The Philadelphia Singers featuring soloists Suzanne Ramo (Soprano), Jamie Van Eyck (Mezzo), Steve Sanders (Tenor), and Levi Hernandez (Bass).

Inspirational. Moving. Pure. With Messiah, choreographer Robert Weiss creates an enthralling, epic ballet that translates Handel’s world-famous libretto to the stage. The former Artistic Director of the Pennsylvania Ballet, Weiss employs more than 50 individual scenes to convey an emotional spectrum of joy, suffering, passion, and redemption.

Messiah opens with a full choir on stage in a skeletal abstraction of a church. With sun streaming through the bare windows, dancers take the stage in a vivid, dramatic interpretation of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.

Running time is approximately 3 hours, including one intermission and one pause.

Tickets are $95 for ballet and bus fee.
Call (609) 465-3963 for reservations

2:30 performance – March 17th, 2012 We will leave the CMCH Acme parking lot at 12 noon for the 2:30 performance.

Dinner at Adelphia Restaurant following the ballet. $23 prix fixe meal includes a choice of Prime Rib, Veal or Chicken Marsala, or Stuffed Flounder. Includes soup, salad, and dessert.

Send checks to
Access to Art
417 E. Pacific Ave.
CMCH, NJ 08210

Playbill Arts: Pennsylvania Ballet: Getting Handel’s Messiah Up on Its Beautiful Feet.