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Triangle of the Squinches

Alonzo King LINES Ballet is pleased to present a groundbreaking new collaboration bringing together a trio of celebrated artists: choreographer Alonzo King, architect Christopher Haas, and percussionist Mickey Hart. This new work will…

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Eskapist

Daydreaming, escape from reality, the power of imagination … are you an escapist? If so, when? We occasionally withdraw from reality by daydreaming, listening to music, watching a film or…

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May B

May B heralded the international breakthrough of Maguy Marin and has been performed worldwide since 1981. It is based on the writings of Samuel Beckett, who unexpectedly gave the then…

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Mirror and Music

With Mirror and Music, Japanese choreographer Saburo Teshigawara returns to Chaillot with a work for nine dancers, for which he also did the stage design, lighting, and costumes. “I am…

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Gravity Fatigue

Hussein Chalayan’s first theatrical work Gravity Fatigue, received its world premiere at Sadler’s Wells in October 2015. Gravity Fatigue combined the visual creativity of his artistic concepts with contemporary dance,…

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Null

Captivating movement and elegant imagery stands out in this work called Null, choreographed by Noa Wertheim who is the co-founder and director of the Vertigo Dance Company, Isreal. It is…

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Naharin’s Virus

Naharin’s Virus is one of those performances that is ahead of its time. Even in a decade and a half after a premiere it looks stunningly ground-breaking and “different”. When I first saw a performance of “Naharin’s Virus” over a decade ago, I knew that this…

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Analogy/Dora: Tramontane

Analogy/Dora: Tramontane is the first installment in a trilogy titled The Analogy Trilogy. The work is based on an oral history Bill T. Jones conducted with 95-year old Dora Amelan, a…