Truly great dance can be a window into the heart and soul, revealing our deepest selves. Let us take you on a path of discovery. We’ll show you ourselves through our movement and help you see yourselves in our stories. Discover the season:
Donald Byrd’s Greenwood shines a light on the 1921 attack by a white mob that destroyed the affluent black Greenwood neighborhood of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Darrell Grand Moultrie’s Ounce of Faith is an exuberant tribute to a teacher’s lasting influence on a young person.
Jamar Roberts’ Ode offers a meditation on the beauty and fragility of life in a time of growing gun violence.
Aszure Barton’s BUSK is a dazzling, episodic look at the vulnerabilities artists face in revealing themselves on stage.
Camille A. Brown’s City of Rain, a quietly intense work that honors the struggles and grace of losing a friend.
Merce Cunningham Centennial Solos are excerpts from the 2019 Cunningham Centennial event that showed off his genius for radical reinventions of movement.
Judith Jamison’s Divining is a mystical work that draws power from African polyrhythms.
Lar Lubovitch’s Fandango explores the infinite possibilities of partnering, set to Ravel’s Bolero.
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