Hancock gets dangerous 

Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre weds Marilyn Monroe with Nathaniel Hawthorne for the premiere of The Scarlet Letter…and other dangerous dances. Hancock has adapted Hawthorne’s classic novel of puritan shame, despair and solitude — and replaced Hester Prynne with modern icon Marilyn Monroe for what Hancock calls “a symbolic representation of beauty turned inside out.” Also on the program are the tribal tale, The Remaining, the Frida Kahlo inspired Porque Estoy Muy Sola, and the Legend of Lizzie Borden. Performances are Oct. 26 and 27 at 8 p.m. at the Pike Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $25 for adults and $20 for Seniors and students. Charge tickets by phone at 216-5455 or go online to www.pikepac.org.

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