Juli brings her comical dance theater piece Tense Vagina: an actual diagnosis to ADF.
From Sara Juli’s Tense Vagina to Rosie Herrera’s Open Wound, we explore the perspectives and forces moving in ADF for the next six weeks.
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago performs One Flat Thing, reproduced in an evening dedicated to Forsythe’s works in July.
Voskuil is at work on a new piece with ADF students to premiere at Duke Gardens in the Footprints program in July.
real.live.people.durham’s dance theater follow-up to it’s not me it’s you closes DIDA’s season this week.
Wagg’s live music and movement installation premieres at the Torus Building as a part of the DIDA season this week.
Never, Enough, Better, Nothing premieres at The Shed June 3 and 4.
After its premiere at Raleigh Memorial Auditorium in mid-April, Weiss’s balletic adaptation of Macbeth comes to DPAC this weekend.
The Lowest Form of Poetry, a collaboration with MW Duo, comes to UNC’s Process Series this weekend.
The intense and ugly beauty of Compagnie Marie Chouinard can be seen at Memorial Hall on Saturday, January 16th.
DIDA presents the performances by Tommy Noonan, Murielle Elizéon and Anja Müller Dec. 17–20.
The internationally renowned butoh company comes to Carolina Performing Arts Friday, Nov. 6.
Bandaloop performs at Stewart Theatre Sept. 17 and 18 and gives a free outdoor performance at Aloft Sept. 19.
Which artists succeeded and which failed to stay in the present in a narrative-heavy ADF season?
Footprints, where noted choreographers work with ADF students, runs at Reynolds Theater July 21–23.
Company Wang Ramirez performs at Reynolds Theater July 8–9; ZviDance performs at Reynolds July 12–14.
The photography exhibit at several Durham galleries coincides with Eiko’s American Dance Festival performances of A Body in Places.
The company performs Martin Santangelo’s Antigona at DPAC June 26 and 27.