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After Taking Over Global Theaters, Trisha Brown Dance Company Returns to Site-Specific Roots at Duke

The legendary company brings In Plain Site to the Nasher and Duke Gardens to conclude its Duke Performances residency.

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In Zoe | Juniper’s Clear & Sweet, Communal Sacred Harp Singing Pierces Cloistered Modern Movement

The multimedia company comes to Carolina Performing Arts this Wednesday and Thursday.

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Sara Juli Talks About What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About Vaginas

Juli brings her comical dance theater piece Tense Vagina: an actual diagnosis to ADF.

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Maybe It’s Just HB 2, But We See Gender and Politics Writ Large in the Eighty-Third American Dance Festival

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.

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Discover Consummate Postmodern Choreographer William Forsythe in an Overdue ADF Spotlight

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago performs One Flat Thing, reproduced in an evening dedicated to Forsythe’s works in July.

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In a Creative Ecosystem That Can Exhaust Dancers, ADF Artist Vanessa Voskuil Seeks to Empower Instead

Voskuil is at work on a new piece with ADF students to premiere at Duke Gardens in the Footprints program in July.

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Anna Barker and Leah Wilks Sift Through the Selves We Show the World in Feature Presentation

real.live.people.durham’s dance theater follow-up to it’s not me it’s you closes DIDA’s season this week.

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Ginger Wagg Tears Down the Curtain Between Audience and Performer in AndAlwaysWhy

Wagg’s live music and movement installation premieres at the Torus Building as a part of the DIDA season this week.

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The Bipeds and Curtis Eller’s American Circus Boogie Down the Line Between Contemporary Dance and Americana

Never, Enough, Better, Nothing premieres at The Shed June 3 and 4.

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Robert Weiss Dares to Embellish the Bard in Carolina Ballet’s Macbeth

After its premiere at Raleigh Memorial Auditorium in mid-April, Weiss’s balletic adaptation of Macbeth comes to DPAC this weekend.

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Merce Cunningham’s Voice Looms Over Justin Tornow’s New Dance Work—Literally

The Lowest Form of Poetry, a collaboration with MW Duo, comes to UNC’s Process Series this weekend.

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Compagnie Marie Chouinard's dance is painful to watch, impossible to forget

The intense and ugly beauty of Compagnie Marie Chouinard can be seen at Memorial Hall on Saturday, January 16th.

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Berlin and Durham connect in two audacious dance pieces, What Doesn’t Work and La Mula, at the Carrack Modern Art

DIDA presents the performances by Tommy Noonan, Murielle Elizéon and Anja Müller Dec. 17–20.

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Subversive beauty turns contemplative in the modern butoh of Sankai Juku

The internationally renowned butoh company comes to Carolina Performing Arts Friday, Nov. 6.

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