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Frozen Songs

A figurehead of the Scandinavian choreographic stage, welcomed in 2017 at Chaillot on the occasion of the Nordic Festival with Scheherazade, the Norwegian Ina Christel Johannessen has created a multimedia piece…

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American landscapes

Stephen Petronio Company presents our 35th Anniversary Season at NYU Skirball April 11-13, 2019 with the world premiere of American Landscapes, and the fifth installment of the company’s Bloodlines project….

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Stop-Motion

In their 26 years as a choreographic duo, Sol León and Paul Lightfoot have built a rich repertoire of over fifty ballets which show a wide range of compelling pieces…

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Duende

Duato’s ‘ideas’ for choreography are almost always preceded by his choice of music, which characterises his working method. Maybe this applies to Duende in particular, because the music was the…

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The Rite of Spring

Feel the raw energy of Stravinsky’s score and the anguish of moral conflict, brought to an end through violent sacrifice. Picture a perfect evening in Paris, 29 May 1913 –…

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Enemy Within

Dance Film with documentary starring Tiler Peck, Marquese Non-Stop Scott and Matthew Rushing A haunting take on jealousy, this existential thriller posits a man, a woman, and an elusive lover…

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8 Minutes

Igniting our imaginations with spectacular forces and overwhelming scales, space exploration constantly re­shapes how we understand ourselves and our place in the universe. In this critically acclaimed production, Alexander Whitley takes…

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40m Under

40 M Under is a dance film by choreographer Alexander Ekman, featuring Cullberg Ballet. Recorded in the summer of 2009, the film portrays an underground installation set within a former…

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Staging Schiele

Fresh from the success of 2018’s Contagion (one of the year’s top ten dance works for The Guardian and Evening Standard), we’re touring a new piece, Staging Schiele, in Autumn 2019. It’s…