Amplifying Solidarity: Kalpulli KetzalCoatlicue

The Kalpulli KetzalCoatlicue (“Precious Mother Earth”) is a Kalpulli (“learning community”) of Indigenous people who perform traditional Aztec and Indigenous dances from Mexico. KetzalCoatlicue pursues this spiritual, mental, and physical vocation with music from the sacred drum, conch shells, seeds, and other instruments. KetzalCoatlicue’s cultural learning center is located in South Minneapolis. The dancers are … Continued

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A.I.M by Kyle Abraham

Requiem: Fire in the Air of the Earth Visionary Choreographer and MacArthur Fellow Kyle Abraham and pioneering producer/electronic music composer Jlin have come together to create a reimagining of Mozart’s Requiem in D Minor through abstracted themes of afterlife, reincarnation, mythology, and folklore. In collaboration with costume designer Giles Deacon, and lighting and set designer … Continued

Student Matinee: Limón Dance Company

Recommended for Grades 5-12 On-demand through Dec 2 Celebrate 75 years of Limón Dance Company! Learn how legendary dancer and choreographer, José Limón, impacted the modern dance world in a program that honors his legacy as a dance icon and Mexican-American. The program includes excerpts from the Northrop Centennial Commission, Migrant Mother by Raúl Tamez, … Continued

Limón Dance Company

In celebration of their 75th anniversary, Artistic Director Dante Puleio leads the company in a program that reveals aspects of José Limón’s life and honors his Mexican-American legacy. The evening includes the Northrop Centennial Commission, Migrant Mother, by Raúl Tamez; the reimagination of Limón’s first major solo and partially lost work, Danzas Mexicanas; and co-founder … 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

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: 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: 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

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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

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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

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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