Night Creature

Alvin Ailey's Night Creature
Please Credit Photo: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in Alvin Ailey's Night Creature. Photo by Gert Krautbauer

In Night Creature, Alvin Ailey’s classically influenced choreography juxtaposes with Duke Ellington’s jazz idiom.

Featured Press Coverage

F.A.M.E. NYC Magazine - Masters At Work, The Ailey-Ellington Connection

F.A.M.E NYC Magazine - Masters At Work, The Ailey-Ellington Connection

When producers Kenny "Dope" Gonzales and Louie Vega formed Masters at Work in 1990, they proceeded to creature a catalog that contains some of house music's most recognizable classics. Such is the case when two great creative minds come together to collaborate. It seemed that from the time Alvin Ailey hit the streets of The Big Apple in 1954, he and Duke Ellington's paths were destined to meet.

The Village Voice - Alvin Ailey's Revelations Turns 50: Move, Members, Move!

"Rocks my sould in the bosom of Abraham!" Sweet Honey in the Rock throws the words up like a tidal wave from the City Center pit, while from a corner of the stage, the voice of Ella Mitchell - which has been heard (both live and recorded) during Alvin Ailey's 1960 Revelations for 37 years - soars above the other singers.