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BRAVO TO AIR 'ARTSBREAK' SPOTLIGHT ON IOWA'S HANCHER AUDITORIUM AND ITS UNIQUE RELATIONSHIP WITH THE JOFFREY BALLET ON SATURDAY, APRIL 10

 WOODBURY, N.Y., April 9 /PRNewswire/ -- On Saturday, April 10, at 5:30 p.m., Bravo Cable Network's original cultural news series, "ArtsBreak," will spotlight the University of Iowa's Hancher Auditorium and its unique relationship with the Joffrey Ballet.
 Bravo's "ArtsBreak" series travelled to the University of Iowa this past January to highlight the Joffrey Ballet's world premiere of "Billboards," which features rock music by Prince. This acclaimed ballet is currently on national tour.
 This edition of "ArtsBreak" will repeat on April 23 at 8:30 p.m. and June 5 at 5 p.m. (all times Central). "ArtsBreak," Bravo's original short form program covering major events and happenings in the arts, also airs throughout Bravo's commercial-free schedule.
 Bravo's "ArtsBreak" was invited to Iowa City by Bill Blough, general manager of TCI of Eastern Iowa. Bravo is seen on channel 34 on TCI of Eastern Iowa. In addition, Bravo is seen in more than 10 million homes nationwide.
 "This 'ArtsBreak' show is particularly noteworthy because it speaks to the value of partnerships in the arts, in this case, the remarkable relationship Hancher Auditorium has with the Joffrey Ballet and with the people of Iowa in bringing world premiere ballets to Iowa City," noted Kathleen Dore, general manager of Bravo.
 Dore is particularly familiar with the cultural attractions of Iowa. She received her M.B.A. in finance from the University of Iowa in 1984 and her bachelor of arts in broadcasting and film in 1972. She hails from Iowa City and her parents, Charles and Eileen Dore, still reside there. Dore served as executive producer on this edition of "ArtsBreak."
 Bravo presents cultural entertainment: critically acclaimed American independent and international films as well as specials in the performing arts including dance, classical music and theater. This year, Bravo was honored as the first recipient of the Creator's Award by National Academy of Cable Programming. This top award honors a network whose contributions have vastly enriched the television medium.
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 /CONTACT: Caroline Bock or Camy Metcalf of Bravo, 516-364-2222/


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