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Dance = Freedom of Movement

As you review the performances in our 2013-14 season, here are a few of the genre connections and thematic currents we’ve created for you to explore.

There are endless possibilities for you to experience this season. Select performances from the grouping below, or feel free to pick and choose as you like.

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Dance = Freedom of Movement is as liberating as it sounds. With elements of ballet, hip-hop, jazz and contemporary dance, this series highlights a variety of dance forms and introduces you to breath-taking performances.

“…pure movement, pure magic…” – The New York Times

This April 22 performance by Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater is supported by performance… Details >

Past Events

“far from a cozy haven, this house throbs with a rave’s raw, bright energy”  – The New York Times

The performance of House is made possible, in part, by… Details >

“Christmas season and The Nutcracker go hand in hand.” – The News & Observer

A holiday season staple not to be missed, Robert Weiss’ Nutcracker is a… Details >

“This is raw energy … Shirts on or off, this is what dance is all about.” – The Daily Telegraph

This performance by Compagnie Käfig is made… Details >


“You’d have to be a little dead inside not to get a visceral thrill from sitting in front of a dancer who takes a 25-foot swan dive and lands — face… Details >

“A work of wild eroticism, contemplative mystery and ecstatic beauty” – The Chicago Sun Times

This performance of Songs of the Wanderers is made… Details >

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