‘Revelations’ from a goddess

Judith Jamison. Photograph by Andrew Eccles

She was the muse for and interpreter of many of Alvin Ailey’s most indelible works, including “Revelations,” “Cry” and “Pas de Duke” (with Mikhail Baryshnikov). Later she would become artistic director of Alvin Ailey Dance Theater, preserving, deepening and broadening his legacy.

Now Judith Jamison will discuss “Choreographing the Dance of My Career: Challenges and Triumphs” Sunday, Jan. 31 at 3 p.m. at Fairfield University’s Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts. Tickets are $45 and can be purchased using this link – http://bit.ly/1WLkAjCGeorgette Gouveia.

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