The Joffrey Ballet

Serenade Of Mice and Men The Times Are Racing The Joffrey Ballet returns to Northrop with a dynamic program of three works: Serenade—the first ballet George Balanchine created in America in 1934, an electric “sneaker ballet” from Tony Award winner Justin Peck, and the Northrop Centennial Commission Of Mice and Men adapted by choreographer Cathy … Continued

The Joffrey Ballet

Serenade Of Mice and Men The Times Are Racing The Joffrey Ballet returns to Northrop with a dynamic program of three works: Serenade—the first ballet George Balanchine created in America in 1934, an electric “sneaker ballet” from Tony Award winner Justin Peck, and the Northrop Centennial Commission Of Mice and Men adapted by choreographer Cathy … Continued

Ashwini Ramaswamy and Kevork Mourad: Invisible Cities

Bharatanatyam choreographer and dancer, Ashwini Ramaswamy (Ragamala Dance Company), deepens a choreographic methodology she began in 2019 with Let the Crows Come—named “Best of the Year'' and critic’s pick in The Washington Post, The New York Times, and others. This reinterpretation of Italo Calvino’s metaphysical novel interweaves cultural perspectives and interactive projections created live by … Continued

Ashwini Ramaswamy and Kevork Mourad: Invisible Cities

Bharatanatyam choreographer and dancer, Ashwini Ramaswamy (Ragamala Dance Company), deepens a choreographic methodology she began in 2019 with Let the Crows Come—named “Best of the Year'' and critic’s pick in The Washington Post, The New York Times, and others. This reinterpretation of Italo Calvino’s metaphysical novel interweaves cultural perspectives and interactive projections created live by … Continued

Recurring

Lemi Ponifasio: Love to Death (Amor a la muerte)

Advisory Warning: Full frontal female nudity The voices, language, and bodies of Chilean artists—native Mapuche singer and composer Elisa Avendaño Curaqueo, and contemporary flamenco dancer Natalia García-Huidobro—weave together in a ceremony revealing their own stories—two lives that reflect Chile’s history and the search for its future. The work was sparked by the events that were … Continued

Recurring

Lemi Ponifasio: Love to Death (Amor a la muerte)

Advisory Warning: Full frontal female nudity The voices, language, and bodies of Chilean artists—native Mapuche singer and composer Elisa Avendaño Curaqueo, and contemporary flamenco dancer Natalia García-Huidobro—weave together in a ceremony revealing their own stories—two lives that reflect Chile’s history and the search for its future. The work was sparked by the events that were … Continued

Recurring

Lemi Ponifasio: Love to Death (Amor a la muerte)

Advisory Warning: Full frontal female nudity The voices, language, and bodies of Chilean artists—native Mapuche singer and composer Elisa Avendaño Curaqueo, and contemporary flamenco dancer Natalia García-Huidobro—weave together in a ceremony revealing their own stories—two lives that reflect Chile’s history and the search for its future. The work was sparked by the events that were … Continued

Student Matinee: Pilobolus Rules @ Play

Apr 13 - Recommended for Grades 6-12 In-person / Livestream / On-demand through Apr 21 A lively, interactive show created specifically for a youth audience by one of the world’s most exciting dance companies. Throughout life, we all encounter rules, and we usually view them negatively. Rules @ Play explores how rules actually provide opportunities … Continued

Student Matinee: Pilobolus Rules @ Play

Apr 14 - Recommended for Grades 3-5 In-person A lively, interactive show created specifically for a youth audience by one of the world’s most exciting dance companies. Throughout life, we all encounter rules, and we usually view them negatively. Rules @ Play explores how rules actually provide opportunities to solve problems and overcome challenges. They … Continued

Sensory Friendly Matinee: Pilobolus Rules @ Play

A sensory friendly show created by one of the world’s most creative dance companies. We usually view rules negatively, but Rules @ Play explores how rules actually provide opportunities to solve problems and overcome challenges. They spark creativity, and in this case, give Pilobolus tools to make dances. Fun, engaging and accessible with lowered sound, … Continued

Pilobolus: BIG FIVE-OH!

For their 50th anniversary celebration, Pilobolus returns to Northrop to question its own “givens,” turn its traditions sideways, and bring its past into the future. As fresh and vibrant as ever, Pilobolus—that feisty arts organism—puts the “Oh!” in ​BIG FIVE-OH!​ as it continues to thrill its way into audiences’ hearts and minds. The celebration includes … Continued

Pilobolus: BIG FIVE-OH!

For their 50th anniversary celebration, Pilobolus returns to Northrop to question its own “givens,” turn its traditions sideways, and bring its past into the future. As fresh and vibrant as ever, Pilobolus—that feisty arts organism—puts the “Oh!” in ​BIG FIVE-OH!​ as it continues to thrill its way into audiences’ hearts and minds. The celebration includes … Continued