Los Angeles choreographer Daniel Ezralow doesn’t do angst. His troupe EZRALOW DANCE brings athletic grace and joy to whatever stage it tackles. This week Ezralow and company return to The Wallis in a program titled PRIMO PASSO (“first step”), a reconsideration of many of his early pieces—including BROTHERS (1982), choreographed by Ezralow and David Parsons when they were both dancers for the Paul Taylor Dance Company. Of particular interest are two works Ezralow choreographed for Hubbard Street Dance Chicago: SUPER STRAIGHT (1989), and SF (2004).

EZRALOW DANCE: PRIMO PASSO, Thursday and Friday, July 13 and 14, at 8 pm.

THE WALLIS, 9390 Santa Monica Boulevard, Beverly Hills.


From left, Re’Sean Pates and Gerald Espinosa in Brothers. Photographed on July 13, 2017 by Dan Steinberg for The Wallis.
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