Sounds like a fun show. I love companies that preserve heritage of any kind. They are important living history.
From the Contra Costa Times.
'Ramblin' Roads' a diverse show
By Sandy Clark
American music and dance are a record of our nation's immigrants and the subject of the Jubilee American Dance Theatre's production of "Ramblin' Roads," opening Saturday at the Dean Lesher Regional Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek.
For Hilary Roberts, 49, dance is the living heritage of our nation.
"American dance is a conglomeration of many, many different ethnic styles," said Roberts, the founder and artistic director of the company. "Some of the people came here unwillingly. Some came because of religious persecution. These styles are always seen as separate but they have created not only each other but create a whole new unique fabric."