Perhaps it’s the dancers’ scrupulous classical training and kinetic control. Maybe it’s their bold individuality and fiery spark. Or quite possibly it’s their daring choices and inimitable dance articulations. Whatever draws audiences around the world to the Dance Theatre of Harlem—the multidimensional troupe founded by Kennedy Center Honoree Arthur Mitchell—there’s definitely no denying the company’s “impressive power and grace” (The New York Post).
PROGRAM A: May 20, 21*, 22, 24 (evening)
STABAT MATER (Kennedy Center Premiere)
PRODIGAL SON revival
PROGRAM B: May 23, 24* (matinee), 25
VIRAA (Kennedy Center Premiere)
PASSION OF THE BLOOD (Kennedy Center Premiere) based on the play “Blood Wedding” by Lorca
*This performance is to taped music. All other performances are with live orchestra.
Program subject to change without notice.
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