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Modern dance company Jane Franklin Dane will present Sway on March  29 and April 5.
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Modern dance company Jane Franklin Dane will present Sway on March 29 and April 5.

Mar. 29-Apr. 5: Sway
You can head to Theatre on the Run in Arlington at 7 p.m. tomorrow or on April 5 to see Jane Franklin Dance present Sway. The work features pieces choreographed to Dean Martin classics such as “Memories Are Made of This,” “That’s Amore,” and “Sway.” The program also includes Jane Franklin’s “Same Place, Same Time,” which incorporates American Sign Language. Forty+, a group of dancers older than 40, will also perform.

Mar. 30: The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
This Sunday at 7 p.m., you can visit The Kennedy Center to hear The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra perform an all-French program of works by Fauré, Ravel and Berlioz. Principal guest conductor Gianandrea Noseda will make his Washington Performing Arts Society debut with this concert.

Music: “Mambo: Sway” by Arthur Murray Orchestra

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