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Westchester Ballet Company: Got My Wings—February 3-5

Westchester Ballet Company, in collaboration with Creative Alliance Project, is pleased to present Got My Wings, a ballet inspired by the writings of Jarvis Jay Masters, an innocent man on death row. The piece is set to an original score, written and performed by composer and musician Daniel Blake, with choreography by Tomiko Magario, and featuring an ensemble from Westchester Ballet Company. Following each performance, a panel of formerly incarcerated men and women will share their experiences and reflect on living and coping while in prison. February 3, 4, & 5 in Katonah.

Please note, no tickets will be generated for Got My Wings performances. Your name and the number of tickets you have purchased will be added to the attendee list once you have submitted payment via this form. The attendee list will be held at the check-in table at Katonah Methodist Church on the day of the performance.

Attendees should arrive at least 30 minutes before performance time in order to check in at the attendee table. All attendees are required to be masked. – For tickets & more information!

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